While you have been busy attending class and events, we want to make sure you have the opportunity to find student organizations here on campus.
WVU Outdoor Economic Development Collaborative celebrates new trail openings
The West Virginia University Brad and Alys Smith Outdoor Economic Development Collaborative is a few steps closer to delivering trail access within a mile of every home in Morgantown.
West Virginia Economic Outlook Conference series set to begin in Charleston
WHAT: The West Virginia University John Chambers College of Business and Economics hosts the 29th annual West Virginia Economic Outlook Conference
WVU student veteran finds support, community through national fellowship
A West Virginia University student veteran is in elite company as one of only 18 women chosen for the 2022 Focus Forward Fellowship, a prestigious year-long mentoring program designed to support women with military connections.
Bike events in Morgantown area highlight impact of WVU Brad & Alys Smith Outdoor Economic Development Collaborative
West Virginia University’s Brad and Alys Smith Outdoor Economic Development Collaborative celebrates cycling as a driver of community wellness and economic development with three events — grand openings and a groundbreaking— for new biking facilities in Monongalia County.
West Virginia in Bloom: WVU students help small businesses grow
On September 22, a group of Chambers College business students traveled to Thomas, West Virginia, where they met with local business owner Morgan Smith to discuss the future of his art boutique, Bloom.
Established in 2014, Bloom sells clothing, stickers, art prints and other goods designed by working artists across the country.
Fall 2022 Department Digest and Awards
Our faculty and staff are always doing amazing things. View the latest Department Digest to see what they have been up to and catch what they’re saying in the media.
Awards are selected by the College Awards Committee from nominations submitted by faculty and staff.
WVU looks ahead to needs of future students while implementing new measures to support those currently enrolled
The West Virginia University Foundation is in a strong financial position to carry out its mission to support the University’s students, but President and CEO Cindi Roth sees growing needs in the coming years requiring new investments.
WVU study finds control, fear and shame tactics don’t work for effective messaging
Public messages should show respect for individual freedoms and personal choice and leave the politics at the door, if communicators expect compliance, according to researchers at West Virginia University’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics.
Marketing Student and Coca-Cola Ambassador
Mason Harp is not only a marketing senior at Chambers College, but he is also West Virginia University’s Coca-Cola Ambassador!
So, what is a Coca-Cola Ambassador?