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Marketing students take home silver in case competition

Case Competition winners Caroline Anders and Sarah Janowski with Marketing professor Andy Wood.

Caroline Anders and Sarah Janowski, both senior marketing students, claimed the second place silver prize in the Fall 2013 Collegiate Maxi Case Competition. 

Katie Warne: From WVU to Hong Kong, the experience is what you make of it

Katie Warne

For many Mountaineers, moving to Morgantown provides a significant change in geography and culture. But for some, the relocation to Morgantown is less of a journey and more of a jog. And while all students can benefit from collegiate education and the life lessons that come along with it, there is something to be said for physically exploring a new territory and the new perspective that it brings.

Global entrepreneur Don Panoz speaks to students and WVU community

Don Panoz

Global entrepreneur Don Panoz, co-founder of what is now Mylan Pharmaceuticals, spoke to a standing-room-only crowd at the WVU Erickson Alumni Center on February 25. And he had a crucial message to deliver to students: 

Center for Career Development gets new leader

Jennifer Bellucci

Jennifer Bellucci joined the College of Business and Economics in January as the new director of the Center for Career Development.

China Center turns 20

William Riley, center, teaching one of many groups of Chinese government and business leaders who participated in CCB programs during the past two decades.

For William Riley the Center for Chinese Business (CCB), founded 20 years ago in 1994, has been a broadening experience in many ways for many people on both sides of the world.

Management prof: research and teaching are allies

Mark Gavin

Mark Gavin is coordinator of the new doctoral program in Department of Management and Industrial Relations and thinks being a professor at WVU right now is just great.