Story Provided West Liberty University’s Gary E. West College of Business hosts its fall Executive Seminar and welcomes Sen. Joe Manchin to the podium on Thursday, Oct. 25. The seminar program invites leaders to campus to share important lessons with business students.
Compiled by Yijing Shen, Contributing Writer West Liberty University student Tricia Conn has accepted a position with the Cleveland Cavaliers as Manager of Organizational Business Devolopement. She will graduate this year with degrees in Computer Information Systems and Sport Management.
By Yijing Shen, Contributing Writer The Gary E. West College of Business at West Liberty University will offer a new Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting in August 2018.
By Ana Berbel, Distribution Manager Studying abroad is a once in a lifetime opportunity. It provides a cultural knowledge of the world that you can’t get anywhere else, and it also expands your experience beyond the classroom. West Liberty University has been offering study abroad programs for a few years. Although they can be a bit pricey, students are encouraged…
By Yijing Shen, Contributing Writer West Liberty University is partaking in the Hult Prize, the world’s largest student competition for social good, for the first time ever this fall.
By Trevor Piccone, Contributing Writer Dr. Rickard Briggs is one of the hilltop’s latest hires, and he has big plans for the entrepreneurship program and students alike here at WLU.
By Logan Arneson, Contributing Writer The city of Wheeling now has a small piece of West Liberty in their atmosphere. The West Liberty University Foundation is leasing office spaces located at 1100 Main Street, otherwise known as the former Horne’s building, as multi-purpose units. These offices will be used as easy access for outside business meetings with West Liberty University.
By Daniel Morgan, Editor Members of the Gary E. West College of Business held their honors banquet this evening in the ASRC’s Boyle Room. Faculty, friends, and family gathered to recognize and celebrate the achievements of several students before many of them graduate on May 13.
By Emily Salvatori, Contributing Writer The Student Research Competition returns to West Liberty for its 26th year. The competition has two categories: the first is Social Sciences, Humanities, Business and Education, and the second is Natural Sciences and Math.