- WVU Alumni Chapter
26th Annual Boone County Pig Roast
June 29, 3-6pm
- More dates coming soon.
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Frank Vitale is happy to help. He received an Executive MBA degree from the College of Business and Economics in 2010 and has been busier than ever since then. He is teaching an undergraduate class in professional development at B&E and business finance for students in the WVU School of Medicine and School of Dentistry.
Plus, in the same year he received his EMBA degree, he helped develop Vetconnection.org to aid returning veterans and their families in building new lives after military service. It focuses on resources for education, health care and employment opportunities. Read More...
After earning a finance undergraduate degree in 2000 — and a dozen years in the wealth management field — Charles Labritz wanted to sharpen his analytical skills. He enrolled in the College of Business and Economics Executive MBA program, which is accredited by the AACSB International, the premiere organization for setting business school standards.
Labritz is Associate Vice President for Investments and a Fundamental Choice Portfolio Manager, at Harper and Labritz Investment Group of Wells Fargo in Morgantown, W.Va. Read More...
Allegheny Science & Technology Corp. of Weston, W.Va., has joined forces with a KeyLogic of Morgantown under a special mentor/protégé agreement sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration's 8(a) Business Development Program.
Arria Whiston, who received an EMBA degree from the College of Business and Economics in 2010, is Allegheny's president and CEO. She said the agreement will allow her firm to tap into resources of a more established firm. Read More...
Kevin Speaker is vice president for credit administration at United Bank in Morgantown. His principal role is managing a team of credit analysts who underwrite and analyze the bank's larger commercial loans. It's a highly regulated business sector, which makes for challenges, but for Speaker, that's OK.
"Working in a heavily regulated industry can be challenging, but facing challenges and solving problems is exciting to me," he said. Read More...
Patrick Marlatt, a 2007 EMBA graduate, joined the independent advisory firm CAPTRUST Financial Advisors in December as vice president, financial advisor, based out of the firm's Raleigh headquarters.
A 1989 WVU College of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences graduate, Marlatt is a former WVU football defensive tackle and played in the 1989 Sunkist Fiesta Bowl national championship against Notre Dame after an undefeated season for the Mountaineers. Read More...
British colonial history has had a strong influence on the life of Dr. Arif R. Sarwari.
His father, Abdul Khaliq Khan Sarwari, an English and history teacher, was born in India/Pakistan under British rule. When England needed teachers for its colony in Uganda, Africa, he packed up and moved to Africa, where Sarwari was born in 1965. Read More...