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WVU to host visiting lawmakers for Reynolds Hall tour

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Reynolds Hall, located on WVU’s Downtown Campus, is the new home of the John Chambers College of Business and Economics. (WVU Photo/Morgan Goff)

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WHAT: To showcase a new experiential and educational hub for future West Virginia University graduates who will help drive the state’s economy, WVU will open the doors of Reynolds Hall to state lawmakers visiting Morgantown during May legislative interim meetings

WHEN: Monday, May 23, 1:30 p.m.

WHERE: Reynolds Hall, Downtown Campus, 83 Beechurst Avenue, home to the John Chambers College of Business and Economics 

WHO: Gordon Gee, president of WVU, Josh Hall, dean of the Chambers College, Sarah Armstrong Tucker, chancellor of higher education in West Virginia, and members of the West Virginia Legislature

Following remarks from President Gee, Dean Hall and Chancellor Tucker, lawmakers will split into groups to tour the facility which opens to students with the start of the fall 2022 semester.

NOTE: Media members planning to attend must RSVP to Shauna Johnson, director of news communications at WVU, by 9 a.m. on Monday, May 23, to receive information about parking and building access.



MEDIA CONTACT: Shauna Johnson
Director of News Communications
University Relations and Enrollment Management

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