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Classroom lessons brought to life for JD/EMBA grad

Jared Jones

When Jared Jones graduated with his JD/EMBA degree in 2012, he didn't anticipate that one of his classroom lessons would literally be brought to life for him. But that's exactly what happened. 

Prof finds sweet spot in economics of sports

Brad Humphreys

Becoming a professor of economics, any professor for that matter, requires, among other hurtles, the dissertation. This intellectual labor is not to be undertaken lightly, as any academic mentor will advise, nor are dissertation topics to be selected without serious consideration and copious grave deliberation.

Energy finance emphasis to begin in 2015

gas well

WVU graduate students will have a new academic option next year. The College of Business and Economics is establishing an area of emphasis in energy finance, which was approved by the University's Graduate Council last spring.

Scholarship recipients show gratitude

Students gather to write letters of appreciation to the donors of their scholarships.

Stewardship (n.) – an ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources.

MBA Advisory Board gets new members

Dan Kimble

The College of Business and Economics MBA Advisory Board has two new members.