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Amy Toscano

Avery Gunter

Madelyn Oberschmidt – Business Management

Madelyn Oberschmidt hails from Wilmington, Delaware, but it didn’t take her long to figure out where she fits in Morgantown, West Virginia. 

With her freshman year now behind her, this business major has already proven that she will be an outstanding student in the John Chambers College of Business and Economics — all while being an athlete.

Katherine Rexroad

Khadidja Diouf

WVU named among top sales schools in the world for eighth consecutive year

West Virginia University has been named a Top University Sales Program for the eighth consecutive year by the Sales Education Foundation. The SEF “Top Universities for Professional Sales Education” has designated West Virginia University’s Professional Sales Institute, located in the John Chambers College of Business and Economics, as one of the top sales schools in the world.

The listing highlights the top sales programs at higher education institutions that include 134 schools in North America and 16 international schools. The SEF does not provide a numerical ranking for each school. 

Paul Coffy

WVU business fraud experts requested to speak to investigative, auditing arm of Congress

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — When the U.S. Government Accountability Office wanted to talk about topics related to why people commit fraud and fraud in government, it turned to the business school that is a national model for forensic accounting and fraud examination — the John Chambers College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University.

Richard Riley
Dr. Richard Riley

Jake Armstrong to swim in NCAA men’s championships this weekend

Jake Armstrong means business.

In class, the senior from Dover, Ohio, majors in entrepreneurship and innovation at the John Chambers College of Business and Economics. But outside the classroom, this is a big week for Jake, who will represent West Virginia University at the 2019 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships March 28-30 at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center, in Austin, Texas.

Career Studio prepares students for life after graduation

In an increasingly global job market, college students need more than classroom knowledge to compete. They need practical, real-world experience obtained through internships and leadership opportunities. At West Virginia University’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics, the new Career Studio provides students with the coaching they need to embark on a successful career.

Business school students here will find that the Career Studio is staffed by their fellow students — peer career coaches who have demonstrated success in their own internship or job search. These coaches are also active members in the Chambers College Career Readiness Program and know the skills and competencies that employers are seeking in early talent.