Students who live outside of West Virginia who want to enroll in the online EMBA program just saw a big impediment removed.
The program was launched in the fall of 2010 and began with a large additional cost for students who are not West Virginia residents.
Dr. Scott Fleming traveled nearly 14,000 miles round trip in May to bring the B&E
Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination (FAFE) program to the Middle East.
He presented a three-day workshop on the topic in Bahrain, which many consider the
financial capital of the Middle East.
WANTED: Outstanding members of the business community who have shown extraordinary leadership, demonstrated a commitment to their community and have strong ties to West Virginia.
West Virginia University's College of Business and Economics is now accepting nominations of individuals for induction into the West Virginia Business Hall of Fame. Nominations will remain open through August 15, 2012, with the induction ceremony scheduled for November 8 in Morgantown.
Taking a rapidly growing college to new and greater heights requires establishing
new relationships, enhancing existing relationships and acquiring resources.
As a result, West Virginia University's College of Business and Economics has assembled
an expanded development team to meet these challenges. This new team's first charge
will be fundraising for the University-wide A State of Minds: The Campaign for
West Virginia's University, which was publicly launched on June 2.
The art and science of sales touches our lives every day, so to be recognized for being very good at it is, well, a "big deal."
The University Sales Education Foundation (USEF) has named West Virginia University a 2012 Top University for Professional Sales Education, according to recently released USEF rankings. WVU's Professional Sales Institute, part of the College of Business and Economics (B&E), is ranked in the USEF Top North American Sales Schools.
They don't teach this in marketing classes, but it worked.
Anu Madan walked into a salon/boutique in South Beach, Miami, with a suitcase full of her own fashion designs. The 2001 marketing graduate wanted to sell them.
Doug Van Scoy wears several hats when it comes to his alma mater. Alumnus, board
member, mentor, advisor, campaign chairman and donor. Make that “major donor.”
Doug and Pam Van Scoy’s gift of $1.5 million to
West Virginia University’s College of Business and Economics is only the
latest gesture of their love for the place where they both earned degrees. The
donation is the first major gift in the public phase of the
WVU Foundation’s A State of Minds comprehensive private fundraising campaign, which began