Reaching Beyond wvu
We’re not only educating, we’re transforming minds and creating solutions for our community, our state and our world. Our centers offer valuable programs to help students, business leaders, entrepreneurs and policymakers across the state, nation and the world.
innovation at chambers
West Virginians know that our home is brimming with tremendous resources and opportunities, but the time has come for West Virginia to think differently about innovation and job creation to move into a future fueled by start-ups and entrepreneurship.
Rising West Virginia entrepreneurs own their futures during Bridging Innovation Week
WVU to hold entrepreneurial contest through new Seed WV program
West Virginia University’s Encova Center announces fall 2020 Grow with Google webinars as a resource for state businesses
Research and outreach centers
The Encova Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship promotes entrepreneurial education, community engagement and economic development for our community and state through K-12 programming, higher education initiatives and business partnerships.
Located in Reynolds Hall Rm 3110
Data Driven WV connects organizations, including business, non-profits and government entities, with WVU students and faculty to provide data-driven, technical insights and solutions. We are bridging the skills gap in our West Virginia communities through service-oriented outreach, community projects and subject matter expertise in cybersecurity and data analytics.Learn More
Since the 1940s, the BBER’s mission has been to serve the people of West Virginia by providing the state’s business and policymaking communities with reliable data and rigorous applied economic research and analysis that enables the state’s leaders to design better business practices and public policies.Learn More
The Center for Financial Literacy and Education was established in 2015 to promote financial literacy throughout the state. The CFLE created a central mechanism for the outreach, programmatic, and research specific initiatives involving financial literacy and education within the college. Our mission is to bring awareness, resources, programs, and support to constituents across the region that will initiate change agents to promote the economic health and prosperity of the citizens of the State of West Virginia.Learn More
The Kendrick Center’s mission is to promote prosperity and human flourishing in the Mountain State through ethics and economics education, research, and outreach.Learn More
The Social Philosophy and Policy Center supports scholarly research, editorial work, and academic programs at the John Chambers College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University. In collaboration with the Social Philosophy and Policy Foundation, Cambridge University Press, and editorial staff of the Center for Philosophy of Freedom at the University of Arizona, the Social Philosophy and Policy Center produces Social Philosophy & Policy.Learn More
Dedicated to advancing research, education, and business practices related to Asia.Learn More
Our vision is for West Virginia students, citizens, policymakers, and the business community to understand the roles that the principles and institutions of a free society play in creating widely shared prosperity.Learn More
The College of Business and Economics, mostly through collaborations with the WVU Forensic Science Initiative in the Research Office, has created a range of programs that fill previously unmet needs in the forensic community. They fall under two broad concepts: The business of forensics and the forensics of business.Learn More
The latest in innovation and outreach
The world of business takes all kinds – and it makes all kinds too. Graduates of the Chambers College become lawyers, educators, politicians, activists and more.
The Chambers College is working to foster financial literacy at all levels across West Virginia.
There are lots of great reasons to study Finance at the Chambers College. Evan McClure narrows it down to the top three.
Interested in a hospitality career? Dr. Ajay "AJ" Aluri clears up some misconceptions about the industry.
Jumpstart your business journey with these five tips to find your place at Chambers.
Originally from Norwalk, Connecticut, Sean Cogdell received his undergraduate degree from Central Connecticut State University, which indirectly led to his career. His college roommate went on to start the company where he currently works, and Cogdell and his partner acquired it in 2016.
Some leaders are born – but most are made at the Chambers College.
Micah Reed, retention specialist, explains how Chambers students don't just learn business: they live it.
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