What’s better than fall in West Virginia? Being on West Virginia University’s campus during the fall semester.
Alumni near and far will return to Morgantown on October 28-30 to celebrate homecoming weekend and reminisce with friends and colleagues. Whether you take a stroll down High Street to watch the parade or cheer for the Mountaineers on Saturday’s football game against TCU, we want you to get the most out of your weekend!
If you’re a business alumnus, we invite you to join the Chambers College on Friday, October 28, for homecoming events at our new home for business education.Empowerment Series: Motivated to Compete with Morris Morrison
Chambers College alumnus and national motivational speaker, Morris Morrison, will share advice on how to crash culture to build something great, disrupt yourself, and become a better story maker.
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. / Reynolds Hall Esbenshade AuditoriumNetworking Reception
Connect with members of the Dean's Visiting Committee and learn how they've advanced the College's mission through giving of their time and expertise (with lunch-style hors d’oeuvres). Discover ways that you can engage with the Chambers College as an alumni and/or employer.
12:30-1:30 p.m. / Reynolds HallGuided Tour of Reynolds Hall
Join one of our guided tours for a deep dive into the innovation and academic offerings available through Reynolds Hall.
2:00-3:00 p.m. / Reynolds Hall AtriumReynolds Hall Open House
On this self-guided tour, you will interact with Center directors and student leaders who are driving innovation in the Chambers College.
3-5:00 p.m. / Reynolds Hall Atrium
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What They’re Saying
“I was in sheer amazement when I walked into the building and witnessed the social staircase. This is incredible and this is a real place where people can collaborate. As I was walking around the building, I saw students interacting with each other in these collaborative environments and I think that’s what business is – it is collaborative in nature and you never know who you’ll meet. Having a space like Reynolds Hall, compared to the old building, is a place where you can truly run into people and work with them in spaces meant for collaborating. It will benefit generations to come as students come in and meet others, and think about what they want to do in their career.” – Carter Newman, two-time Chambers College graduate (B.S. in Economics, 2021 and M.S. in Finance, 2022) and current research analyst at Gardner Lewis Asset Management
"Reynolds Hall has me in complete awe. It's evident that creating a space where future business leaders are made was at the forefront of the design. It really is a hub for business learning." – Rachel Stump, a hospitality and tourism management and marketing senior.
“The new building is a chance for every single student to find their niche. For me, I am most excited to utilize the data analytics lab because I will get a chance to collaborate with my fellow peers to solve real world problems to help us excel in the workforce. Everyone has a different learning style and I believe that Reynolds Hall will help those that need face-to-face interactions and hands-on learning experiences like myself.” – Alexsa Ruiz, a management information systems (MIS) senior with a minor in data analytics
Learn more about Reynolds Hall and our centers at buildingbeyond.wvu.edu.
CONTACT: Shelby Hudnall
WVU John Chambers College of Business and Economics, Strategic Communications