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Eight Eberly faculty members recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service

Eight Eberly faculty members recognized for excellence in teaching, research and service

Eight members of the faculty in Eberly College of Arts and Sciences have been recognized for their excellence in teaching, research and service.

Subhasish Mandal, WVU assistant professor in condensed matter physics, wears a plaid suit jacket, white button down dress shirt, dark plastic framed glasses. He has a dark, trimmed mustache and beard.

WVU researchers team up with AI in the search for advancements in quantum technology

Quantum materials such as giant magnets and superconductors may help in discovering new, faster technologies and energy-efficient electrical systems. 

WVU recognizes three Eberly faculty members with 2023 Foundation Outstanding Teaching Awards

WVU recognizes three Eberly faculty members with 2023 Foundation Outstanding Teaching Awards

Each spring, West Virginia University recognizes faculty members for their exceptional and innovative teaching. This year, every faculty member selected for the 2023 WVU Foundation Awards for Outstanding Teaching is from Eberly College:

2022-23 Eberly Scholars: Gabriel Cardella

2022-23 Eberly Scholars: Gabriel Cardella

Major: Mathematics
Hometown: Belcamp, Maryland

2022-23 Eberly Scholars: Olga Hawranick

2022-23 Eberly Scholars: Olga Hawranick

Major: Mathematics
Hometown: Fairmont, WV 

The world is in the midst of a data revolution. From how we shop to how we vote and all decisions in between, there is a growing need for professionals trained to use modern data analysis to solve everyday problems. 

To meet these 21st century workforce demands, West Virginia University is launching a new undergraduate data science major in fall 2021, the first of its kind in the state.

WVU responds to data science revolution with new major

The world is in the midst of a data revolution. From how we shop to how we vote and all decisions in between, there is a growing need for professionals trained to use modern data analysis to solve everyday problems. To meet these 21st century workforce demands, WVU is launching a new undergraduate data science major in fall 2021, the first of its kind in the state.

Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson scholarship aids African American students pursuing math, science degrees at WVU

A new scholarship created as a tribute to NASA pioneer Katherine Johnson will benefit African American students studying math or science within West Virginia University’s Eberly College of Arts and Sciences.

From Morgantown to Bratislava, one pioneering Mountaineer is making memories as the first West Virginia University student to study abroad in Slovakia. 

Trinity Shaver is a rising senior majoring in psychology and minoring in sociology, statistics and women’s and gender studies. She spent the spring 2019 semester studying abroad at Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia.

WVU student first to study abroad in Slovakia

From Morgantown to Bratislava, one pioneering Mountaineer is making memories as the first West Virginia University student to study abroad in Slovakia. 

A West Virginia University industrial mathematics and statistics student is helping WVU baseball coaches improve their understanding of the strike zone.

Joseph Cuomo is a senior from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and a student manager for the WVU baseball team. Using the TrackMan radar system, which runs on a large radar panel installed behind home plate in Monongalia County Ballpark, Cuomo and the baseball staff collect data about pitches. The data ranges from pitchers’ extensions and release locations to pitch velocity and spin rate to the speed and location of where pitches cross home plate.

Batter up: WVU student improving baseball team’s analytics

WVU student improving baseball team's analytics

North Canton, Ohio, native Aaron Brake first came to West Virginia University as a forensic and investigative science major. However, after completing a research project rooted in statistical nature, Brake decided to make the jump to industrial math and statistics, which he completed in two and a half years.

Meet the Grads: Aaron Brake

Students from the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences will walk across the stage on Saturday, Dec. 15 as they graduate from West Virginia University, ready to take on the world.