On Tuesday, May 1, nearly 30 graduates of the Raleigh County Health Sciences and Technology Academy (HSTA) celebrated alongside friends and family in WVU Tech’s Carter Hall Auditorium.
WVU Tech’s popular summer camp programs are now accepting applications.
Forensic Investigation Camp, June 11-14
WVU Tech students are known for a lot of things. As graduates, they have a reputation for a deep knowledge base and an ability to solve problems in unique ways. As students, they’re lauded for their determination and their ingenuity.
These days, they’re adding another trait to the Golden Bear persona: community servant.
On Thursday, April 19, dozens of students shared their research and design projects at the annual Design Expo in Carter Hall.
As a kid in Seneca Rocks, West Virginia, WVU Tech student Trevor Johnson learned how to shoot. His family and friends were avid hunters and target shooters, and Johnson himself developed a hobby in long-range target shooting. Safe and responsible firearm use was simply part of growing up.
Students, industry leaders and community encouraged to explore the WVU Tech Student Design Exposition, Thursday, April 19
WVU Tech’s Student Design Expo will be hosted on Thursday, April 19 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. in the Carter Hall Auditorium.
The WVU Tech community will participate in the University’s annual WVU Tech Service Week April 16-21.
Registration for summer 2018 semester is open. You may view the course offerings here.
Visit with your advisor to ensure you’re planning your schedule in the best way possible, then access STAR through the portal (portal.wvu.edu) to get registered.
In late March, almost two dozen Golden Bears travelled to Washington, D.C. The group was carrying with them what might sound like oddities for a road trip: a bridge made of steel and another constructed in balsa wood, a canoe made of concrete, a concrete Frisbee and concrete hockey pucks to go along with steel hockey sticks.
Saul Montealegre is a senior athletic coaching education major at Tech who has forged a storied collegiate career in athletics and athletic coaching. This month, he’s adding another accolade to his resume as a SHAPE America Major of the Year award recipient.
The Society of Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) annually selects outstanding college students in the fields of health, physical education, recreation and dance. Awardees must be upperclassmen members of the organization who hold at least a 3.0 GPA and who regularly give back to their communities.