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West Virginia Girl Day connects youngsters with women in STEM

Students at 2018 WV Girl Day in Beckley

In WVU Tech’s Carter Hall auditorium, more than 60 eighth-grade girls from Raleigh and Nicholas counties broke into teams, their arms loaded with pipe insulation, tape, scissors and marbles. The goal? Build a marble “roller coaster” using their newfound understanding of potential and kinetic energy.

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WVU Tech celebrates standouts at Golden Bear Weekend

Golden Bears gather for Hall of Fame 2018 inductions.

WVU Tech alumni, employees, students and friends gathered in Beckley for the University’s second-annual Golden Bear Alumni Weekend on Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3. From campus tours and award receptions to catching up with old classmates and professors, the event brought together hundreds of Golden Bears and their families to celebrate outstanding members of the WVU Tech community.

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JobFest to bring more than 50 employers to campus

WVU Tech’s popular JobFest is back, and it’s bringing more than 50 employers from regional engineering, business, healthcare and public service companies and agencies.

The event will be hosted in the Van Meter Gym on Tuesday, March 6 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

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WVU Tech robotics club set for first competition

A team of WVU Tech students is on the road after months of spending their free time huddled around computers and workbenches, designing, programming, calibrating and testing their creation. They’re part of the brand new VEX Robotics Club at Tech, and they’re not alone. With them is Monty1 – a VEX-based robot – and on Friday, March 2, they’re putting the machine to the test at the West Virginia 2018 VEX U Regional Qualifier at Fairmont State University.

The “In the Zone” competition will pit 21 schools against one another as their robots pick up, move and stack small cones on goals during the competition. Broken up into “alliances,” the teams that earn the most points for their robotic stacking precision will win a chance to move into elimination rounds and, ultimately, to the World Championship to be hosted this April in Kentucky.

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