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July 2016
Message from Dean Javier Reyes

Milan Puskar Dean, Javier Reyes

As the new dean of the College of Business and Economics, and a new resident of Morgantown and West Virginia, I couldn’t have asked for a better start to this new chapter. The welcome to WVU’s business school, the university, city and state has been a warm and welcoming one for me and for my family, and I am so excited about all the opportunities that have been presented to me in a very short period of time. Our college has so many fantastic characteristics and it is my desire to build upon those attributes. While I will wait to chart a course of future growth, our growth is nonetheless imperative. Our emerging vision encompasses initiatives to strengthen relationships on all fronts with individuals and industries. We will greatly enhance the student experience and better prepare them for the global marketplace. We will also advance our state through knowledge, entrepreneurship and innovation, and serve as a valuable resource for thought leadership in business, innovation and economic development. In my role as a new Mountaineer, I ask you to join me on this journey that will take our College of Business and Economics to new heights.

Stephen Stout

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