Shelby Chapman and Colin Frosch

Chapman, Frosch named Order of Augusta

Two students from the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources have been honored with the Order of Augusta, West Virginia University's most prestigious student honor. They are among 45 students who have been named WVU Foundation's Outstanding Seniors.

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Statler College award winners announced

Winners of the College's outstanding teacher, researcher and adviser awards for 2014-2015. The awards were handed out at the College's annual Honors Ceremony, which took place April 17.
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Alumnus, former professor to be inducted into WVU's Lane Academy

John Atkins, professor emeritus of the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at West Virginia University, has been selected for induction into the Department's Academy. The induction ceremony is scheduled for Friday, April 17, in Morgantown.
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Mine Safety

Research team at WVU works to make mines safer

The number and severity of injuries associated with the use of ultra-heavy equipment in surface mines is a persistent safety concern. A cross-disciplinary team of faculty and students at West Virginia University are working to ease those concerns.
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Anesa Chaibi and Kevin DiGregorio

WVU announces inductees to Academy of Chemical Engineers

Two West Virginia natives, Kevin DiGregorio and Anesa Chaibi, have been selected for induction into the West Virginia University Academy of Chemical Engineers. The induction ceremony is scheduled for Friday, May 1, in Morgantown.
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Morris, Perhinschi win WVU Foundation teaching awards

Every year, the West Virginia University Foundation celebrates a special class of teacher: The kind that nudges students toward their dreams. The kind that groggy-eyed underclassmen have no problem waking up for at 8 a.m. The kind that you remember and keep in touch with decades after graduating.
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