Eberly News

The sound of silence

Using sound waves for biomedical breakthroughs

Blake Mertz

WVU awarded $1 million grant from NSF for new High Performance Computing cluster

A three-year National Science Foundation grant totaling nearly $1 million will let West Virginia University develop its next-generation High Performance Computing, or HPC, cluster to advance computationally intensive research in a wide array of fields, from drug delivery to genomics and astrophysics. 

First-Generation Faculty: Michelle Richards-Babb

A number of students beginning their academic career at WVU are embarking on a journey that no one in their families have before, becoming the first generation of their families to earn four-year degrees.  

6 epic classes in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences

Here are some courses sparking interest this fall

Funding the future

WVU finance grad creates STEM scholarship 

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. 

Sydney Brooks and Tony Allen

NSF awards research fellowships to two Eberly students

Two West Virginia University  undergraduate students have been awarded National Science Foundation-funded summer research fellowships with the  National Institute for Standards and Technology, one of the leading research organizations in the world.  

Crystin Povenski

WVU Eberly College announces 2017 Outstanding Staff Award recipients

The WVU Eberly College of Arts and Sciences has named four recipients of its 2017 Outstanding Staff Award:  Crystin “Crys” Povenski, Vicki Snively, Hope Stewart and Robin Swaney. 

Echoes discovered in chemical reactions

Echoes exist in many forms: reflections of sound in acoustics, signal reflections in telecommunication frequencies, even Amazon’s new “smart” speaker.