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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.

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Javier Reyes

Doing Things Differently

B&E's new Milan Puskar Dean Javier Reyes builds momentum with a mantra of "Learning by Doing."

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Camp Kesem

Gone Camping

B&E goes leaps and bounds to launch Camp Kesem in West Virginia.

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Philippi Downtown

Is There Economic Opportunity for West Virginia?

WVU chief economist John Deskins says opportunity could come in several different forms.

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Giuseppe Lucarelli

Opening Shots

B&E entrepreneurs from a variety of industries: film, meat packing, taxi service and cupcakes

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Sarah Biller

Executive Q&A

Sarah Biller, managing director and head of innovation ventures for State Street Global Exchange

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Chuck Owens

Alumni Spotlight

Chuck Owens: B&E’s G-Man

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Curt Moore

Faculty Tips

Professor Curt Moore shares social capital and entrepreneurship expertise

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Cagla Celik

A Look at Our Students

Get to know four B&E students: Cagla Celik, George Smith, Amber Kaska and Howard Bugg

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