Student Activities

Mechanical Engineering Student received summer fellowship at the Air Force Office of Scientific Research
May 15, 2020 · Weisberg Department of Mechanical Engineering
Chris Greer has accepted a summer fellowship through the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. This fellowship will last twelve weeks, starting May 25th and ending on August 20th. More about the article…

Zach Preston MU Mechanical Engineering Student Wins Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship
May 15, 2020 · Weisberg Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mr. Zach Preston, a Mechanical Engineering student in the Mechanical Engineering, is one of the first-ever recipients of the Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship. Lockheed Martin received 6,333 applications and Zach will be receiving one of the 200 scholarships that were offered in 2019. More about the article…

Mechanical Engineering Student to attend NASA Academy 2020
May 15, 2020 · Weisberg Department of Mechanical Engineering
Thirty-one students from Marshall University were among approximately 100 student researchers from 15 colleges and universities around West Virginia who presented their discoveries at the 10th annual Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol in Charleston. More about the article…
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Students Received Multiple Grants in 2020
May, 2020 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Undergraduate students in Department of Computer Sciences and Electrical Engineering program received multiple grants and published their research to the conferences.
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Biomedical Engineering Student received summer research at Duke University
May 2020 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Christoph Hart, a Senior in BME major advised by Dr. Shim, was accepted to the highly competitive Summer Research Opportunity at Duke University during Summer 2020.
Biomedical Engineering Student received Undergraduate Research Award
May 2020 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Abdullah Hijazi, a Junior in BME major, was awarded Creative Undergraduate Research Award by the Office of the President at Marshall University during Fall 2019 to continue his neuroscience research in bioengineering laboratory settings.
Field Trip to Alcon (Alcon Research Ltd)
May 2020 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
BME students along with Dr. Nosoudi have visited Alcon (Alcon Research Ltd), a Biotechnology company located in Huntington WV during Spring 2020.
Yeager Scholar in Biomedical Engineering traveled to Italy
July 2019 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Ian McKnight, a Yeager Scholar in BME, had the opportunity to travel abroad—for the first time ever—to work with Educo Italia, a company dedicated to teaching English to young Italian children.
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Engineering Student first place in the Hardy Cross oral presentation competition
April 10, 2013 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
David Cooper was selected as the winner of the Hard Cross oral presentation competition at the ASCE Virginias Region Conference, held on April 10 & 11 in Lexington, VA on the campus of the Virginia Military Institute. More about the article…
Engineering Student Wins Prestigious Marr Technical Paper Competition
April 1, 2013 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Gerald A. Rowe, II, a senior in Marshall’s Bachelor of Science in Engineering program, has won the Robert A. Marr, Jr., Technical Paper competition at the 2013 “Virginias Conference” sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers. More about the article…
Computer Science Students Present at Conference
April 6, 2013 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Six Computer Science students presented posters describing their research at the 88th annual meeting of the WV Academy of Science on April 6, 2013 in Canaan Valley Institute, WV. More about the presentation…
Engineering Students Win Big at ASCE Virginias Conference
April 4, 2013 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
In what was only their second time competing in the annual ASCE ‘Virginias Conference”, teams from Marshall’s engineering program and ASCE student chapter were very competitive in a number of categories, with some first-place finishes and a ranking high enough to earn a spot in the national steel bridge competition. More about Engineering Students Win Big at ASCE Virginias Conference…
Discover Engineering Day at the Clay Center 2013
February 23, 2013 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Marshall University Computer Science Division, together with Technology and Engineering Divisions, as well as the Rahall Transportation Institute, participated in the Clay Center’s annual Discover Engineering family fun day in Charleston on Saturday the 23rd of February. More about Discover Engineering Day at the Clay Center…
The 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Day
March 18, 2013 · College of Engineering and Computer Sciences
Thirty-one students from Marshall University were among approximately 100 student researchers from 15 colleges and universities around West Virginia who presented their discoveries at the 10th annual Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol in Charleston. More about the 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Day…