Six West Virginia University graduates who are leaders in the fields of cybersecurity, media, finance, athletics and military operations will become the newest inductees into the WVU Alumni Association Academy of Distinguished Alumni during a May 5 ceremony at the Erickson Alumni Center.
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Cecilia "Cece" Chavez is an entrepreneurship and innovation sophomore from Cincinnati, Ohio who is taking an active role in making a positive impact on West Virginia University's campus.
West Virginia University researchers are preparing high school seniors and college students to harness the power of ChatGPT, the popular artificial intelligence chatbot, through coding while addressing the platform’s potential shortcomings.
Constantinos "Tino" Kayafas is a senior from Wheeling, West Virginia, studying entrepreneurship and jazz performance.
He admits most of his day consists of playing music. However, when he's not drumming, he's cooking gyros.
In business, success often means breaking down walls, but some walls are better left up – that is, as long as they’re firewalls.
On Tuesday, March 28, WVU partnered with Leidos to host a cybersecurity panel discussion and networking event. Industry experts, Chambers College faculty and faculty from the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources educated students on the current possibilities and future outlook of the field.