College of Engineering and Computer Sciences News Archive

Marshall University will present a GenCyber learning opportunity for K-12 teachers on April 20, which will be offered both in person and virtually. The GenCyber Teacher Academy Conference will focus on “Cybersecurity in the Classroom: Empowering K-12.” Free registration is available to all K-12 teachers, with materials and lunch provided. Organizers are hoping to recruit

Marshall University engineering student and Yeager Scholar Tyler Hebert will become a published writer in the Winter 2024 issue of Public Roads, a magazine published by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration. Hebert’s essay, “Intumescent Paint Protection in the Transportation Industry,” will be featured as part of a student writing competition.

The Marshall University Research Corporation and Occupational Safety Program Advisory Board will host the 2023 Marshall Safety Conference from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29, in the Don Morris Room of the Memorial Student Center on Marshall’s Huntington campus. Participants can hear from speakers in the occupational health and safety industry, including luncheon

Marshall University has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Track-4 Research Infrastructure Improvement (RII) grant of $293,493 along with a $60,000 supplement from the Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR), for a total of $353,493 for research related to printed electronics and device fabrication. It is one of 10 projects and $2.7 million invested

Marshall University, building on its reputation as the premier cyber security academic institution in Appalachia and in an unprecedented move that will bolster national cybersecurity capabilities in protecting our nation’s critical infrastructure, has received a substantial investment of $45 million from the state of West Virginia. This boost will establish a state-of-the-art Institute for Cyber

Marshall University’s M.S. in Cybersecurity program ranked second in FORTUNE’s Best Online Master’s in Cybersecurity Degrees in 2023. Marshall’s 30-credit-hour program, which cost $509 per credit, is offered through the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences and does not require applicants to submit a GRE score for admission. According to the report, Marshall accepted 66% of applicants for the 2022-23 academic year, and accepted students had an average GPA 3.75 for their undergraduate work.

Engineering students from universities throughout West Virginia and Virginia will be in Huntington April 13-15 as Marshall University’s Department of Civil Engineering hosts the 2023 Virginias ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) Student Symposium. More than 220 students and 50 judges will be participating in events related to civil engineering, including two hallmark competitions that

Marshall University’s Department of Civil Engineering has received $1.3 million from Kenai Defense Company LLC to help with an Air Force Civil Engineering Center research project, exploring applications for the use of carbon nanostructures.

Marshall University’s College of Engineering and Computer Sciences will host a GenCyber Project Competition for high school students. The computing project competition is offered through the GenCyber Adventure Zone Teacher Academy program and includes a $3,000 prize for the winners, $2,000 for second place and $1,000 for third place.

Marshall University, in partnership with West Virginia State University, has received $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Education to help establish a Cyber Security Center for Critical Infrastructure at each university.