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B&E sees marked increase in number of high-achieving freshmen

B&E Freshman Class 2016

The numbers are good this year at the College of Business and Economics for incoming freshmen, providing encouragement that the trend will continue. Not only does B&E have more freshmen, but the business school has more highly credentialed freshmen.

U.S. Government and Egypt turn to B&E for strategic planning

U.S. Government recently asked B&E for help — in Egypt.

The College of Business and Economics has established a name for itself when it comes to management consulting for forensic organizations, and that was never more evident than when the U.S. Government recently asked B&E for help — in Egypt.

B&E wraps up inaugural Veteran’s Entrepreneurship Essentials course

Major General James A. Hoyer, Adjutant General of West Virginia, speaks to the final residency of the Veteran’s Entrepreneurship Essentials course

West Virginia University was recently recognized as one of 84 colleges and universities on U.S. Veteran Magazine’s list of 2016 “Best of the Best” Veteran-Friendly Schools. And it’s no secret that the WVU College of Business and Economics has made a commitment to support veterans through several different initiatives, including the Veteran's Entrepreneurship Essentials course that was held over the summer.

Econ professor takes research effort to rural Uganda

 Dr. Bryan McCannon

One thing Mountaineers pride themselves on is being active. And Dr. Bryam McCannon, assistant professor of economics at the West Virginia University College of Business and Economics and affiliated faculty member with the WVU Center for Free Enterprise, has taken note.

B&E Students come back to school