The Bucklew Scholarship is given to 20 high-achieving West Virginia students accepted to the University and qualifies them to be considered for the Foundation Scholarship, WVU’s highest academic scholarship.
The mask extenders created by the Innovation Hub staff reduce the pressure behind the ears, affording the user an increased measure of comfort. The Innovation Hub has made the directions for making the mask extenders publicly available.
A fashion designer stops creating clothing and turns her skills into making surgical masks. Cloth that might have been the mask for the Phantom of the Opera, instead is headed to J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital to become a mask that protects a health care worker in the fight against COVID-19. This, and more, is how West Virginia University is putting skills and resources from its entire campus to battle the pandemic which has killed thousands worldwide.
Taped last fall, a group of WVU Extension Service 4-H’ers from Ohio County in West Virginia’s northern panhandle traveled to WVU Jackson’s Mill to film an episode of Barnwood Builders. That episode will air Sunday (March 22) at 9 p.m. (EST) on the DIY Network.
The campaign for West Virginia University Student Government Association leadership ended Wednesday evening (March 11) as the SGA Judicial Court announced Chase Riggs and Jaron Bragg as president and vice president, respectively, for the 2020-21 academic year.
Scientists like Piyush Mehta, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at West Virginia University, worry that a powerful solar storm today would unleash mighty havoc – widespread blackouts, destroyed electrical grids and an estimated $2 trillion in damages.
Pedro J. Mago, a distinguished higher education leader and an expert in key West Virginia University research areas of energy systems and sustainability, has been selected as the next leader of the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.
For more than a decade, astronomers across the globe have wrestled with the perplexities of fast radio bursts — intense, unexplained cosmic flashes of energy, light years away, that pop for mere milliseconds.