Reynolds Hall, named for alumnus Robert "Bob" Reynolds and his wife, Laura, sits on an iconic, riverfront site on the Downtown campus with views of the Monongahela River and direct access to the PRT, as well as from Beechurst Avenue. Six of our business students – a mix of student ambassadors and peer mentors – had the opportunity to have a first look at Reynolds Hall before the building’s completion.Let's Go.
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.
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
Messages of hope and thunderous applause resounded throughout the West Virginia University Coliseum and Canady Creative Arts Center as nearly 4,500 May 2022 graduates received their diplomas during 16 in-person commencement ceremonies filled with traditional pomp and circumstance May 13-15.
Armed with keyboards, ones and zeros, a squad of West Virginia University students were among the 2,000 participants who competed in Operation Locked Shields, an international cyber defense exercise run by NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence in Tallinn, Estonia. The teams, which included members of the West Virginia and North Carolina National Guard, took orders from the Department of Defense and the Defense Information Systems Agency during the April 19-21 exercises.
The 2022 class of the West Virginia Business Hall of Fame recognizes four visionary leaders who have transformed the business landscape of the Mountain State through their illustrious and groundbreaking careers in manufacturing, engineering, pharmaceuticals and an iconic West Virginia business.
A Black Appalachian first-generation college student graduating with a cumulative 4.0 grade-point average, a two-term Mountaineer Mascot passionate about finding novel therapies for mental health disorders and a young entrepreneur who has worked to empower small farmers in West Virginia are among the accomplished student leaders who have been honored with West Virginia University’s most prestigious student award, the Order of Augusta.
Originally from Kanawha County, West Virginia, Crystal Good took many twists and turns in life.
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