For many students, the fall semester brings career fairs and interviews for internships and jobs. You may already have a schedule of events and interviews in your agenda, but how can you prepare to look the part? We know it can feel overwhelming to put together your look, so we are here to help you make this process a little easier.
Reynolds Hall, the futuristic 186,000-square-foot complex set to transform learning and research in higher ed, is officially open for business.
The new home of the West Virginia University John Chambers College of Business and Economics, Reynolds Hall held its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony Friday (Aug. 26) with its namesakes, Bob and Laura Reynolds, on hand.
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A record-breaking 3,700 business students are taking their first classes in Reynolds Hall this week, and Milan Puskar Dean Josh Hall has positioned his team in the John Chambers College of Business and Economics to continue to break records and set the bar high for the future of business education.
“Higher education demands bold and courageous leadership more than ever,” said Hall, who is entering his second year as Milan Puskar Dean. “The Chambers College is leading the way with strong champions in each area with great passion for our student mission – a mission that is amplified in a big way by our innovative new home, Reynolds Hall. Our enrollment, retention and placement numbers continue to grow, our alumni and corporate partners are creating innovative opportunities for our students with their generosity, and our faculty are tackling complex research pursuits and creating new experiential learning opportunities to give our students a competitive edge in the marketplace.”
With back-to-school season in full swing, parents might want to think twice about posting “first day of class” photos of their youngsters on social media, based on West Virginia University research.
While the posting of children’s photos — also known as “sharenting” — may seem like a fun and easy way to share, studies by Laurel Cook, a social marketing and public policy researcher, show that sharing such information poses significant risks.
Dedication to bettering the Mountain State earned six West Virginia residents the Hazel Ruby McQuain Graduate Scholarship helping them to continue graduate study in their chosen fields.
Data analytics is a team science and here at West Virginia University that is exactly what members of the John Chambers College of Business and Economics are instilling in the minds of our students, our community members and our state through our Business Data Analytics program.
At John Chambers College of Business and Economics, you can CLIMB– Connect, Lead, Innovate, Motivate, Belong–to the top.
College is often scary at first as you are settling into your new home with approximately 29,000 students on campus. However, it doesn’t have to be.