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WVU’s MSIR students continue to tackle real-life manufacturing challenges through virtual means

A global pandemic isn’t stopping experiential learning at West Virginia University’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics – it’s just shifting it to a virtual environment, teaching students valuable lessons on building resilience and swiftly adapting to the unexpected.

Students of the College’s West Virginia University’s Master of Science in Industrial Relations (MSIR) program are looking at issues with vendor management, human resources and diversity and inclusion as part of their Strategic Management in Human Resources course.

First-ever virtual West Virginia Business Plan Competitions showcases innovative spirit of state collegiate, high school entrepreneurs

While events around the globe are cancelled amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, West Virginia University’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics found a way to continue forward with its annual West Virginia Business Plan Competitions by taking it virtual. 

Each finalist in both the high school and collegiate-level competitions virtually met with a panel of judges Thursday to pitch their business plans and answer questions.