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National Engineers Week student feature: Tavon Johnson

February 21-27 is National Engineers Week, and WVU Tech is celebrating by sharing the stories of students who are preparing to launch their careers and alumni who are doing great things in theirs. Part 2 of our 5-part series introduces Golden Bears from WVU Tech’s mechanical engineering program.

Mechanical engineering student, Tavon Johnson.

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National Engineers Week alumni feature: Hank Wright, P.E., '68

February 21-27 is National Engineers Week, and WVU Tech is celebrating by sharing the stories of students who are preparing to launch their careers and alumni who are doing great things in theirs. Part 1 of our 5-part series introduces Golden Bears from WVU Tech’s electrical engineering program.

Electrical engineering alumnus, Hank Wright, P.E., ‘68.

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National Engineers Week student feature: Felipe Sozinho

February 21-27 is National Engineers Week, and WVU Tech is celebrating by sharing the stories of students who are preparing to launch their careers and alumni who are doing great things in theirs. Part 1 of our 5-part series introduces Golden Bears from WVU Tech’s electrical engineering program.

Electrical engineering student, Felipe Sozinho.

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Facultivities: Republic of Turkey, mine wars and cloud computing

WVU Tech’s faculty members are dedicated to the advancement of the fields they teach. Outside of the classroom, they’re researchers, writers, presenters, go-to experts and road warriors who share their passion for learning with the world.

Here’s what our faculty members have been up to:

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From Hate to Hope: Workshop Shows the Value of Embracing Our Differences

On Thursday, February 11, students and members of the WVU Tech community will meet in Old Main for “From Hate to Hope,” a presentation on the destructive nature of harboring hatred for someone based on their gender, race, sexuality or religion.

Scott Robertson, director of WVU Tech’s Student Support Services program, is leading the presentation.

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Speaker Series Connects Tech Students to World Religions

Throughout the spring semester, students of WVU Tech’s World Religions course will meet with featured speakers from a wide range of religions for a series of lectures and discussions covering Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Unitarian Universalism.

During the convocations, attendees will discuss topics ranging from a specific religion’s practices and sacred texts to principal beliefs about birth, death and the afterlife.

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