Jared Crawford is a perfect example of what is achievable at West Virginia University. Throughout his college experience, Jared's interests have involved him in humanitarian efforts, community outreach, entrepreneurial success and brought elite accolades.
To learn more about his interests, click on the icons below. Who knows what you'll be interested in once you see all of the opportunities available.
Among Jared's many interests is iOS development. In fact, he developed the official iPhone application for West Virginia University. It's been downloaded more than 10,000 times, and has helped keep WVU students and alumni connected with the school in more ways than ever before. Click here to download the app for your iPhone or iPod touch.
West Virginia University is known for its research, but that research can lead different places depending on the area of study. For Jared Crawford, it led to research that can help prevent terrorist attacks and provide clean water to developing countries. It also helped develop his interest in law.
Opportunities are everywhere. Where can research at WVU lead you?
Jared defined his own success. It includes being among an elite few to win the Truman scholarship for college juniors who are exceptional leaders and committed to public service. This isn't uncommon at WVU: the University has produced 33 Goldwater Scholars, 25 Rhodes Scholars, 21 Truman Scholars, seven Boren Scholars and four Gilman Scholars. Click play to learn more about how his success has helped him.
West Virginia University, as well as its students, have a symbiotic relationship with the state. Jared's outreach with Mountaineer's for AIDS Awareness, Free Software Group, and the Association for Computing Machinery demonstrate WVU's commitment and impact on the state. Programs like Engineers Without Borders shows how WVU brings West Virginia to the world. Click below to learn more about Jared's outreach.