Studying abroad is currently a hot topic in Brazil, one that is often in the news. Thus, it came of great interest recently that West Virginia University was mentioned in the newspaper Estadao, which has the third largest newspaper circulation in Brazil. The newspaper discussed the recent "Trends in Global Business" event in which Brazilian students from the Fundação Vanzolini took part.
The MBA program at West Virginia University's College of Business and Economics has been ranked among the top 100 programs in the nation for the second consecutive year, according to rankings released by U.S. News & World Report on March 10.
On March 14, students put their skills to the test, thought quickly on their feet
and put their salesperson hats on in the first-ever sales competition at West Virginia
Accounting Department Chair Richard Dull isn’t about doing things in the traditional sense, and it’s all due to the nontraditional course that he took in his adult life: changing his career 15 years in, adopting two foreign toddlers with his wife in their 40s and teaching thousands of students both online and internationally.