MBA student, Katie Sieben documented her adventures through Cyprus on her blog "Yiassou Cyprus". Katie traveled with a group of VCU MBA students through the International Consulting Program. "None of us expected the experience to be like this. We were all changed in different ways over the course of these two weeks." Read all about Katie's international experience here.
The research study, "Will Disclosure of Friendship Ties between Directors and C.E.O.s Yield Perverse Effects?,” conducted by VCU School of Business Department of Accounting Chair, Carolyn S. Norman, along with Jacob M. Rose and Anna M. Rose of Bentley University, and Cheri R. Mazza of Sacred Heart University was featured in the recent New York Times article, "The C.E.O. Is My Friend. So Back Off." To read the full article, click here.
The Ford C3 grant has made it possible for VCU students to plan and conduct market research for a new trolley loop that will help Richmond residents living in food deserts beginning this June. Springboard VCU, a student organization, will take over the project this year and reapply for the grant. Read the Richmond Times Dispatch article here.