We are disruptors. We challenge the norm. And we don't settle for "that's never been done before." WVU researchers brave the unknown — like Dan Carder and his team who raised some of the first questions about diesel vehicle emissions. Their findings sparked an investigation that's caused big headlines around the world — fueling real change.Read more about Dan Carder — one of Time's 100 most influential people.
We come from a long line of tinkerers and garage inventors. Today our students are building robots and discovering pulsars. But that spirit of pioneering ingenuity lives on.
WVU — where education meets innovation.
WVU has partnered with national network 100Kin10 to bring 100,000 new STEM teachers into schools by 2021.View K-12 STEM Program
WVU students and faculty have swept the competition at several NASA robotics challenges.View Robotics Story
WVU Astrophysicist Sean McWilliams and other team members observed gravitational waves for the first time.View Gravitational Waves Story