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Diversity in Action: February 2021 DICE Committee Update

Building a truly diverse and inclusive culture is a journey.

During Black History Month, we have been inspired by the journeys of Black leaders who have used their voices to champion diversity. They remind us of the importance of courage, resilience and compassion in creating everlasting change and building more diverse communities.

February Department Digest and Awards

The Chambers College team is doing big things, and we want to know about them! Share through this form to see them in a future edition of Let’s Talk Business and/or our other communications vehicles. Want to recognize your colleagues for their accomplishments? Click here.

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The Brief: Take Advantage of Every Opportunity this Spring

Visit our “Keep in Mind” section below to learn more about our tutoring support and workshops to prepare you for the WVU Career & Internship Fair, as well as our 30+ student organizations. 

We want to make sure you take advantage of every opportunity you have and we want to hear from you about what life is like as a business student. 

WVU Marketing professor seeks to prepare students for modern marketing landscape with debut textbook

On its surface, WVU John Chambers College of Business and Economics Marketing Chair Michael Walsh’s first published textbook seems a bit of a paradox.

Using the most traditional of media, Walsh and co-authors Thomas Flynn and James Smith are attempting to prepare marketing students for an ever-changing digital world in the pages of Integrated Marketing Communication: A Consumer-Centric Approach For the Digital Era.

Finalists Announced for the 15th Annual West Virginia Collegiate Business Plan Competition

Six state colleges and universities will be represented in the 2020-2021 West Virginia Statewide Collegiate Business Plan Competition finals, making it the most diverse group of finalist teams in the competition’s 15-year history.

Colleges and universities that are moving into the finals include: Concord University, Marshall University, Shepherd University, University of Charleston, West Virginia State University and West Virginia University.

The Brief: There's Snow Place Like Home

Whether you have a few in-person classes or you’re fully online, we want you to make the most out of the spring semester here at Chambers College. 

From resume reviews and making employer connections to advising help and one-on-one tutoring, our College has packed the semester full with opportunities to help you succeed. 

WVU to hold entrepreneurial contest through new Seed WV program

MORGANTOWN, W. Va.— New ideas, like plants, can, under the right conditions, grow from something small into something sustainable and productive. West Virginians with ideas for new products and services that have the potential to be brought to market quickly could benefit from a program planted in West Virginia University John Chambers College of Business and Economics.

Seed WV is a virtual contest open to West Virginia residents, innovators, entrepreneurs, businesses and non-profits. Up to $15,000 in prize money will be awarded to winning ideas to help move them to market.