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Topping off the Future

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Topping off the Future

Not even a global pandemic could stop progress on Reynolds Hall, our future home for business on the Morgantown Waterfront on West Virginia University’s downtown campus. On Sept. 25, the final beam was placed atop the structure, signed by the Chambers College family.

Reynolds Hall is a result of the vision and generosity of Bob and Laura Reynolds and will open in spring 2022. Learn more about the campaign at

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William and Patricia Sheedy

As Reynolds Hall, the new hub for business education on the WVU campus continues to build on the Morgantown waterfront, a Chambers College alumnus has given a gift that will ensure that it will build the business leaders of the future by way of experiential learning when it opens in 2022. Visa executive William Sheedy and his wife, Patricia, are donating $2.5 million to the college for an experiential learning pavilion. Read about Sheedy’s career journey in a previous edition of the Chambers Magazine.

Experiential Learning pavilion rendering