The Fall/Winter 2016 issue of B&E Magazine features new Milan Puskar Dean Javier Reyes; exceptional alumni and friends like FBI agent Chuck Owens; B&E students doing meaningful work outside the classroom at Camp Kesem, a camp for kids of parents with cancer; and an in-depth look at future economic opportunities for West Virginia.Browse the Magazine
FALL/WINTER 2016 FEATURES
Doing Things Differently
B&E's new Milan Puskar Dean Javier Reyes builds momentum with a mantra of "Learning by Doing."Read Full Story
B&E goes leaps and bounds to launch Camp Kesem in West Virginia.
Is There Economic Opportunity for West Virginia?
WVU chief economist John Deskins says opportunity could come in several different forms.Read Full Story
IN EVERY ISSUe
B&E entrepreneurs from a variety of industries: film, meat packing, taxi service and cupcakesRead More
Sarah Biller, managing director and head of innovation ventures for State Street Global ExchangeRead More
Chuck Owens: B&E’s G-ManRead More
Professor Curt Moore shares social capital and entrepreneurship expertise
A Look at Our Students
Get to know four B&E students: Cagla Celik, George Smith, Amber Kaska and Howard BuggRead More