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November 2015

MESSAGE FROM INTERIM DEAN NANCY McINTYRE

Interim Dean, Nancy McIntyre
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In a few weeks, B&E will graduate its first designated cohort of military personnel in our nationally ranked online Executive MBA program. West Virginia University’s fall commencement exercises on December 18 will include a group of dedicated military personnel from Camp Dawson, West Virginia Army National Guard. We couldn’t be more proud, or more excited.

Our commitment to our devoted military personnel and veterans is nothing new. We have worked diligently for years to help soldiers and their families lay the foundation for successful careers by adding quality education. To that end, we are also introducing Entrepreneurship Boot Camp, a B&E initiative that provides veterans with opportunities to partner with local entrepreneurs to develop the skills necessary to start their own businesses. The program would operate out of the BrickStreet Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

We are honored to heighten these commitments, as we hold these individuals in the high esteem they deserve. Every student, every day.

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