WVUToday Feature Project

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Each one of West Virginia University's nearly 30,000 students has a story worth telling, and this is the place to hear them.

Welcome to Project ME, a place for the University to tell your stories and introduce us to your passion.

Through Project ME, we help put a broader face on the WVU community—from the gamers to the Greeks, from the athletes to the artists, from the tinkerers to the teachers, all special in their own right.

Each month, we’ll feature a new WVU student and learn about their passion. Follow along as we show students from different backgrounds with various stories, and learn more about our University.

One story at a time.

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The Problem Solver:
Ryan Campione

This senior industrial engineering major from Morgantown is a pro at solving problems. As student body president, he has some experience with doing just that—and has a goal to make campus even better.

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What are you passionate about?

If we were to come up to you and ask you to define the word “passion,” what would you say? These answers are from the Class of 2017.

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The Boxer:
Jennifer Moreale

This doctoral student in economics from Italy is the second-best novice boxer in the world. She started boxing competitive matches less than a year ago, and she’s already set a goal to make it to the next Olympics.

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The Driver:
Travis Braden

This sophomore mechanical engineering major from Wheeling has always loved to drive, and he’s trying to make a career out of it. He’s one of the up-and-coming drivers in the ARCA/CRA with goals to make it to NASCAR.

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The Teacher:
Addie Schneid

This sophomore elementary education major from Wheeling was inspired by a grade school geography class to write a children’s book called “Shelly on the Seashore.” Now, her goal is to become a teacher.

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Do you know a WVU student who’s passionate about something? Let us know at go.wvu.edu/ProjectME.