Eberly News

Meet the Grads: Colin Lopez

International studies major Colin Lopez is a Mountaineer through and through—and so are the members of his family. 

English professor explores uncharted waterscapes in new book

A West Virginia University English professor explains that humans are not as separate from the environment and elements as they may think. 

Meet the Grads: Sundus Lateef

Bridgeport, W.Va. native Sundus Lateef arrived at West Virginia University as a shy, hesitant freshman. Getting involved in research has since helped the WVU Foundation Scholar and Eberly Scholar break out of her shell. 

Meet the Grads: Samantha Shimer

There is true beauty in art, and a sense of accomplishment that comes from transforming creative energy into a finished work. But for Parkersburg, W.Va. native Samantha Shimer, what started as a path toward a degree in the arts shifted once she began to chip away at what meaning lay beneath the surface.

Meet the Grads: Alex Clune

Communication studies senior Alex Clune shows that it is OK to change your major a few times before finding your dream career. 

WVU coaches area students to highest award at global robotics championship

The expertise of West Virginia University, the experience of community mentors and the minds of West Virginia high school students created a winning formula at the world’s largest event for STEM students. 

Rose Casey

Casey awarded West Virginia Humanities Council fellowship

Rose Casey, assistant professor in the Department of English, has been awarded a fellowship from the West Virginia Humanities Council to assist with a chapter for her first book manuscript. 

Mark Koepke

Koepke chosen chair-elect of national laser user group

On April 26, Mark Koepke, professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, was chosen as chair-elect of the OMEGA Laser User Group.