At Chambers College, we’re doing business differently and forging new paths for our students, our state and our world. We’re disrupting the norm and taking bigger leaps to discover new horizons–going where others have not–to make a difference in the lives we touch.
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There’s no greater welcome than a WVU welcome. The Ohio Reciprocity program offers in-state tuition if you’re an Ohio resident. That’s a plus for you. If you’re interested in business, that’s a plus for us!
Love the outdoors? Register with our Adventure WV Summer 2020 trips to explore new horizons in and around Morgantown, and meet other business freshman before classes start.
Visit the CampusThinking about joining WVU Chambers College in the fall or know someone who is? Schedule a visit today to learn more about what it's like as a Chambers College student.
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Backed by world class technology leaders, fortune class companies, and venture investors, Vantage Ventures is an initiative of the John Chambers College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University to launch high impact, scalable businesses that tackle complex challenges.Vantage Ventures
I68 feature: New research based on transportation data by WVU economists Brad Humphreys and Alexander Cardazzi shows that rough roads reduce traffic speeds and safety. (WVU Photo/Jennifer Shephard)
This year’s West Virginia University Campus Read selection, “The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border” by Francisco Cantú, prods readers to consider timely, complex views on migration, law enforcement, politics and more, as Mountaineers continue to take on big issues and ask tough questions.
Fall is here and we're enjoying all of the sights on campus, including our new business college on Morgantown's waterfront.
Economics professor, Dr. Brad Humphreys, had his paper, "Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Pavement Damage Reduces Traffic Safety and Speed" written with two (now former) Economics graduate students and published by the National Bureau of Economic Research. The former students are Margaret Bock, now assistant professor at Goucher College, and Alex Cardazzi, not a visiting assistant professor here in the economics department. This work was funded by an NBER grant awarded in January 2020.
Mason Harp is not only a marketing junior at Chambers College, but he is also West Virginia University’s Coca-Cola Ambassador! In fact, he is currently ranked 31st on the leaderboard for Coca-Cola Campus Ambassadors.
Employees manning the frontlines of customer service, whether behind the hotel front desk or the restaurant counter, come face-to-face with folks from all walks of life for hours on end.
It’s the start of the fall semester and, as students and faculty begin to settle into our new routines, we inevitably start looking forward. For some of us at West Virginia University’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics, that means preparing for upcoming sales competitions.
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- Oct1910:00 AM - 11:00 AMVantage Ventures Coffee Hour
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- Oct2011:45 AM - 12:45 PME-Commerce and Advanced Ads
- Oct2011:45 AM - 12:15 PMGrow With Google
- Oct2012:00 PM - 1:00 PMCEO Clubhouse with JB McCuskey, WV State Auditor
- Oct204:30 PM - 5:00 PMCIMBA Information Session
ECON/LAW 3+3 Infosession
Have you ever considered going to law school? The Chambers College is pleased to
offer qualified undergraduate students a fast-track to a law degree through our
Economics 3+3 program.
Where: 102 Oglebay Hall
When: Friday, October 1st 2021 at 12N
Message From The Dean
"It is evidence of our commitment, our passion and our purpose to reimagine how business education is provided to students and the indelible future imprint they will put on the business world. How? Because at the Chambers College, we do things differently. "
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