Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society, has selected 28 engineering students for graduate fellowships for the 2021-2022 academic year. West Virginia University Statler College student Wilson “Will” McNeil was selected as one of the recipients.
More than a dozen WVU College of Law students are working as Public Interest Advocates Summer Fellows. They are helping at regional organizations that provide legal services to low-income clients, the elderly, children, victims of domestic violence, veterans and others.
The College of Creative Arts has made its selections for two endowed professorships within the college. Shoji Satake received The J. Bernard Schultz Endowed Professorship in Art and Radhica Ganapathy was awarded The Mabel DeVries Tanner Endowed Professorship in Theatre.
College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences graduate Lindsey Blom, professor of sport and exercise psychology at Ball State University, received the 2021 Mid-American Conference Outstanding Faculty Award for Student Success in recognition of her dedication to student fulfillment.
Integrated marketing communications alum Andy Stofleth has been recognized by Bahamian Prime Minister Hubert Minnis for contributions to retrofit the Rand Memorial Hospital and four clinics across the Bahamas with water purification systems following Hurricane Dorian.
WVU associate professor Michael Sherwin turned his long-term photography project focused on Indigenous American presence into a book titled “Vanishing Points.”