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West Virginia State Working to Add New Engineering Degrees
West Virginia State University is likely to be one step closer to starting its stand-alone engineering program.
September 13, 2017
Boeing Helps Diversify STEM Fields
A longstanding partnership between The Boeing Company and Washington University in St. Louis is being hailed as a potential model for how to diversify STEM fields in general and America’s aerospace industry in particular.
August 9, 2017
West Virginia U. Researchers Patent Method to Strengthen Buildings
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia University researchers have patented technology for reinforcing the T-shaped joints of concrete beams in buildings to better withstand shocks like earthquakes without breaking. Doctoral engineering student Praveen Majjigapu and his adviser, Professor Hota GangaRao, are co-inventors and share the two patents. At a demonstration Thursday for potential partners in an […]
May 18, 2017
University of Illinois Statue Honors Women in Engineering
URBANA, Ill. — A new statue on the University of Illinois’ campus honors women in engineering. Sakshi Srivastava, a graduate student in electrical engineering, began the campaign for the statue when she was a junior in the university’s undergraduate program to inspire women going into the male-dominated engineering field, The News-Gazette reported. Srivastava launched an […]
April 30, 2017
Washington State University Seeks Funds for Engineering Courses
EVERETT, Wash. — Washington State University’s efforts to boost enrollment in engineering courses at its Everett campus has hit a snag. The Daily Herald reports WSU asked Gov. Jay Inslee to set aside money in his budget proposal to pay for added enrollment slots but the governor didn’t fulfill the request in the two-year, $46.7 […]
December 28, 2016
Florida State Takes Hold of FAMU Engineering Purse Strings
Florida A&M University (FAMU) recently lost its power of financial oversight over the shared FAMU-FSU (Florida State University) College of Engineering.
July 6, 2015
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