The Future of
The dust has finally settled on Morgantown's Waterfront as Reynolds Hall – all 186,000 square feet of it – stands proud and primed to revolutionize business education and shepherd tomorrow's leaders. With the new building's first official semester in the books, the College community weighs in on what makes Reynolds Hall a true gamechanger.Read Article >
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At the Center of It All
In very different ways, four separate centers at the Chambers College keep their vision trained on the future and their priorities laser-focused on career success.
In May 2022, the female students majoring in Management Information Systems at the Chambers College achieved something exceptional: every single one of them got a job by graduation day.
Driven by Data, Hungry to Help
Have you ever walked into a local business and thought, “Gee, this place sure could use a data scientist?”
Motivating Mountaineers: Q&A with Morris Morrison
As a prolific public speaker, writer and entertainer, Morris Morrison has come a long way from New York City, where he was adopted and raised before being orphaned again and winding up in Fairmont, West Virginia.
All Roots Lead to Morgantown
In West Virginia, roots to one’s family tree run deep.
Providing a Fresh Outlook on Life
The Appalachian Region boasts natural, year-round beauty, hardworking individuals and unique cuisine.
Designing a Life She Wants
You have probably heard the phrase, “the early bird gets the worm.” You may know it so well that you’ve adopted the saying or you live by it.
Home for the Holidays... and Every Day Thereafter!
An employee’s office space is often a treasured space. Shelves full of literature and research, diplomas and University paraphernalia decorating the wall, and family photos and personalized items from loved ones scattered across the desk. It’s home away from home. No matter how big the room or what color the wall, it’s a comfortable place for no one other than the individual.
Not Your Average Business School
We are not like other business schools. And we don’t want to be.
The Scoop on Annie Cui
No matter how you slice it, Pizza Hut puts global marketing into perspective.
Bringing a Peace of England to Morgantown
If you live, work or attend college in Morgantown, West Virginia, you immediately think of the Mountaineers when you hear someone mention “football.”
The Economy of Healthy
Nobody gets through childhood without a few scraped knees and sprained ankles. But
could all those injuries determine how much you earn as an adult?
Read our rapid fire short stories in the 2023 edition of The Ticker.
Inspiring the Next Generation
Each year, West Virginia Executive magazine publishes a “Young Guns” list recognizing young professionals in the business community who drive our Mountain State forward. We're proud to share that Tara St. Clair, program director of our Encova Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, made West Virginia Executive magazine's Young Guns Class of 2023! As one of 10 West Virginia professionals, St. Clair was honored to be chosen for this year’s class.
Reynolds Hall may be the future of business, but the Entrepreneurship Club saw opportunity even before construction began. The new building stands on what was once the site of Stansbury Hall, which served as WVU’s beloved Field House, as well as home to a variety of academic departments.
Greeting Every Opportunity with Open Arms
After growing up in her parents’ business, Emmy Severs was inspired to start her own business halfway through her college career. As an entrepreneurship major, she leaned on her passions and creative skills, and launched a stationary company called Lemon Milk Paper Co.
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