Summer Interns

WVU engineering students spend summer seeking opportunities

Opportunity comes to those who seek it. As West Virginia University engineering students flock back to campus, many will arrive from opportunities they found in the form of internships, work experiences and fellowships that took them all around the world. With new-found knowledge and once-in-a-lifetime stories to tell, these students made an impact on the companies they worked for, the communities they visited and their future careers over the past three months.

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Nick Wu

WVU groundbreaking solar energy research published in Nature Photonics

A team of researchers from West Virginia University have had their groundbreaking research on converting solar energy to fuel published in Nature Photonics, a prestigious peer-reviewed scientific journal.
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Engineering fraternity chapter formed at WVU

At a time when Greek organizations across the nation are taking a hit for bad behavior, a new fraternity at West Virginia University is hoping to change that stigma.
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Karl Barth

WVU's Barth tests next step in innovative bridge technology

Most people don't think of bridges as being portable or modular but Karl Barth isn't most people.
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Thirimachos Bourlai

WVU's Bourlai named subject matter expert for defense organization

Thirimachos Bourlai, assistant professor of computer science and electrical engineering at West Virginia University, has been named a subject matter expert on the Homeland Defense and Security Information Analysis Center's website. HDIAC leverages the best expertise from industry, other government agencies and academia to solve the government's toughest scientific and technical problems.
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Allison Arnold

MAE graduate student wins NASA design competition

Allison Arnold, a graduate student in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at West Virginia University, has won the NASA Mission Patch Design Challenge, a competition created to boost excitement about West Virginia's Simulation-To-Flight-1 Mission.
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