APRIL 13, 2021
While spring is the perfect season for a fresh start, we cannot move forward unless we appreciate where we came from.
This time last year, our campus had shut down, sports events were canceled, and classes were moving online for virtual learning.
I am honored to step into the role of Associate Dean for Research. There are three primary areas of importance in terms of research: intellectual contributions, external research funding, and Ph.D. production. I have spent the last three months taking stock in these areas and I am happy to report that all three areas have never been stronger in the Chambers College.
Intellectual contributions are the first thing people think of when they hear the word research. Previous financial investments in research activity through summer support and research grants – combined with strong junior hiring and strategic senior hiring - have greatly increased the number and quality of intellectual contributions coming out of the College. During our last AACSB review period, College faculty averaged 140 peer-reviewed journal publications annually. That’s more than one per faculty member per year! And these aren’t just in any journals. During the average year our faculty publish more than 10 A+ publications.
It’s never too late to apply for a summer internship and we are here to help make the process as simple as possible.
Our Center for Career Development (CCD) has virtual career assistance programs that can help you take the next step to finding opportunities. These meetings are available year round by appointment by contacting Sarah Glenn at Sarah.Glenn@mail.wvu.edu.
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 .
This semester has been busy for the Chambers College Marketing Department. From sales competitions to a fun social media challenge, students have won big.
Students have placed at three different sales competitions and have participated in a TikTok challenge to engage with faculty and take home a fun price.
It has been a year since the pandemic made its appearance and turned our world upside down.
While so many things were up in the air, one thing was for certain: we were in this together.
With the second half of the semester ahead of us, plan out how you will be successful and stick to it! Take advantage of the opportunities around you to help you stay engaged through the end of the semester.
Want to get involved in activities outside of class? Our Chambers College calendar is packed with virtual events, academic support, student organization meetings, and more. See if anything piques your interest, and spring into action.
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.
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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