Fallah earns NSF CAREER award for work on wireless networks for automated vehicles

As at least one prototype of a self-driving car prepares to hit the road this summer, one researcher at West Virginia University is already working to find ways to make them safer.

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Families' industry connection lives on, thanks to recent gift to WVU

Mark Leidecker was looking for a way to forever tie his families' name to the oil and gas industry. On May 8, that dream became a reality with the dedication of the Leidecker Brothers Energy Laboratory in West Virginia University's Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.
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Dolan named 2015 Foundation Scholar

Cristin Dolan, of Wheeling, was one of five West Virginia high school seniors to be awarded West Virginia University's most prestigious scholarship.
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Rocketry blasting off at WVU

When it comes to one of West Virginia University's newest student organizations, the sky truly is the limit.
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State mine rescue team conducts training at WVU mine simulator

Mention Sago, Aracoma and Upper Big Branch to a miner, and memories of lives lost quickly cloud their faces. That is especially true for Eugene White, director of the West Virginia Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training, who participated in rescue operations at each of those mining disasters.
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Meet the grads: Colin Frosch

This engineering student used his experiences abroad to formulate solutions to campus transportation issues.
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