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WVU experts offer insight on SCOTUS limiting EPA’s authority to regulate power plant emissions

From economic impact to policy and climate change implications, a variety of West Virginia University experts can discuss the United States Supreme Court’s ruling that curbs the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to limit carbon emissions at existing power plants. In the case of West Virginia vs. EPA, justices voted six to three in siding with the coal industry and Republican-led states seeking to limit the powers of the EPA.

WVU NASA WV EPSCoR to host inaugural NASA EPSCoR HackWeek

Students, professors, data managers and others from New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia are coming together at West Virginia University this week to explore NASA’s problems of interest and learn about open science practices and software.

WVU researcher says gas tax holidays are not good policy

Heather Stephens, associate professor of resource economics and management at the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design and a faculty research affiliate in the Regional Research Institute, has studied a range of effects of rising gasoline costs, especially on people with low incomes.

WVU Statler College to host Engineering Challenge Camps

This summer, school students in grades K-12 from across West Virginia may discover their passions in STEM at West Virginia University by attending one of the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources Engineering Challenge Camps.