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WVU's Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources offers an exciting learning environment where you can participate in cutting edge, undergraduate research, get involved in student organizations, and still have time to do everything you enjoy. http://www.cemr.wvu.edu
West Virginia University students performing 'Harlem Shake' on engineering campus. Organized by Richie Yoho, Joe Perks, and Todd Dicken. All music rights belong to Baauer. Link to Harlem Shake - West Virginia University - Downtown Campus http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PxNWaPoCQg&hd=1 Link to another Harlem Shake @ the WVU Coliseum we helped organize: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJDkNjkfLgc&hd=1
A typical Tuesday, Thursday for me at WVU (minus most of my classes). Tried to make it as aesthetic as possible, sorta like an ode to my university. All shot on my iPhone 6, using a 11" tripod I bought off Amazon. Song used: Country Roads (Remix) - Pretty Lights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAXz2z4giws
Follow West Virginia University freshman and mechanical engineering student Travis Braden as he travels to Daytona Speedway and races to compete in NASCAR. Braden has been auto racing most of his life. In Daytona, he suited up and participated in an open testing event of the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA), an association viewed as a stepping stone for aspiring NASCAR greats.
Saturday, May 12, 2012 - WVU Coliseum - To share memories and experiences at WVU, visit memories.wvu.edu. Connect with West Virginia University on Facebook www.facebook.com/WVUMountaineers -or- on Twitter @WestVirginiaU.
Nearly 1,800 international undergraduate and graduate students chose WVU for its outstanding academics, secure campus, and superior value in higher education. To learn more about why WVU is so popular worldwide, go to http://oiss.wvu.edu/
Saturday, May 18 - This 144th Commencement Event at West Virginia University features a keynote address from Edward "Jed" Dipaolo. See Commencement from our grads' eyes by visiting www.wvutoday.wvu.edu/features/24000. Connect with West Virginia University on Facebook www.facebook.com/WVUMountaineers on Twitter @WestVirginiaU or on Instagram @WestVirginiaU.
The ride so many of us take everyday, now on YouTube.
Nanotechnology Sensing Advances in Field and Environment (NanoSAFE) is West Virginia University's initiative for nanoscale science, engineering and education (NSEE). Statewide, this effort also includes researchers at Marshall University and West Virginia State University, and those involved with the Research Infrastructure Improvement Award 2010-2015 granted to the state: Bionanotechnology for Public Security and Environmental Safety. http://nanosafe.wvu.edu/
West Virginia University's robotic team from the Statler College became the only winner in NASA's Centennial Challenges, taking home first place for the third straight year -- and winning $750,000 in the process. Subscribe to our channel for more videos! http://go.wvu.edu/subscribe-YouTube Follow WVU on social media! Instagram → http://instagram.com/westvirginiau Snapchat → https://www.snapchat.com/add/westvirginiau Twitter → http://twitter.com/westvirginiau Facebook → http://facebook.com/wvumountaineers Learn more about WVU at http://www.wvu.edu.
This 2014 Commencement Event at West Virginia University features a keynote address from Dianne D. Anderson, executive director of Great Lakes Energy Institute at Case Western Reserve University, WVU graduate.
Environmental engineers collect water samples near a chemical spill by Charleston, West Virginia for further analysis. The spill prompted officials to advise about 15 percent of the state's residents to not use the water. In the aftermath, a West Virginia University environmental engineer and her team rushed to the site to collect samples by the Elk River for further analysis. For more information visit: http://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=130304&org=NSF&from=news
Extended Learning at West Virginia University (WVU) offers online graduate programs and certificates in Software Engineering. Find out more: http://online.wvu.edu/ Senior Software Analyst, Roy Shillingburg III, got his Master of Science in Software Engineering from WVU online while working fulltime and traveling. Find out how you can be a mountaineer wherever you are!