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Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources

Working in service: WVU embedded in fabric of West Virginia communities

In West Virginia’s hills and hollows, its larger cities along interstates and smaller communities on country roads, at ground levels and from broader 365-degree views, West Virginia University students, faculty and staff are working each day in service to the Mountain State.

WVU Day at the Legislature showcases youth, family programs

The 2023 WVU Day at the Legislature is an opportunity to celebrate University connections. Faculty, staff, students, volunteers, young people and families will be on hand from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, at the Capitol in Charleston for the event.

Gee tells newest WVU graduates success comes from knowing themselves

More than 2,600 West Virginia University graduates participating in two Commencement ceremonies today (Dec. 17) were encouraged to hold fast to values forged as Mountaineers and tap into their unique strengths to live successful lives fueled by purpose.

West Virginia native returns home to serve as WVU Tech campus president

A West Virginia University graduate and accomplished university administrator, including as a president and provost, will return to the Mountain State as the next campus president at West Virginia University Institute of Technology. T. Ramon Stuart, originally from Welch, begins in this role on Jan. 1.

$1M planned gift builds upon Gosnell family legacy at WVU

Devon Gosnell, of Germantown, Tennessee, pledged $1 million of her estate to support scholarships and more at the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, College of Law and Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.