College of Engineering and Computer Sciences News Archive
Following approval from the Marshall University Board of Governors during its summer meeting today at Glade Springs Resort, the university is a step closer to takeoff for its aviation degree programs.
Professor Dr. Isaac Wait and Assistant Professor Dr. Sungmin Youn gave presentations last month at the West Virginia Chamber 2019 Environmental and Energy Conference in Charleston. Both teach civil and environmental engineering in Marshall University’s College of Information Technology and Engineering and shared information about recent research projects.
Zach Preston, a mechanical engineering student in Marshall University’s College of Information Technology and Engineering, is one of the first-ever recipients of the Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship.
Marshall University’s College of Information Technology and Engineering will offer “Computer Science Adventure Zone: Robots and Cybersecurity,” a weeklong camp planned for June 17-21. It goes on from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily in Room 2119 of the Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex.
Dr. Wael Zatar, dean of Marshall University’s College of Information Technology and Engineering, will participate in the 2019 Bridge Engineering Institute Conference, to be sponsored by the Transportation Research Board this summer.
For the second straight season, Marshall’s National Cyber League (NCL) team has placed in the top 10 nationally in the National Cyber League team game competition, finishing in eighth place out of a total of 627 teams in the spring team game postseason competition. The team placed ninth in the NCL’s fall team game postseason competition.
Marshall University will mark its 182nd commencement with two separate ceremonies Saturday, May 11, at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena and Convention Center.