The School of Business is excited to announce that the Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate (GRACRE) has increased its endowed scholarship fund for students in the school’s Kornblau Real Estate Program.
The additional backing brings the endowment’s total to $100,000 — the largest scholarship for VCU’s real estate students. Read more
The Undergraduate Scholarship Application is now open! Thanks to the generosity of alumni, individuals and companies, the VCU School of Business is able to offer scholarship funding to our current undergraduate students.Click here for informaiton on the Undergraduate Scholarship Application. Click here for more information on the Graduate Student Scholarship Application, opening April 1, 2015.
This new program in the School of Business will offer you a chance to develop an international business perspective by visiting a variety of companies headquartered in Scotland. In the span of one week, you will tour local businesses and meet with their leaders, discuss UK business practices with faculty and students from The University of Abertay while experiencing the rich history and culture of Scotland. Click here to learn more.
Kenneth Daniels, Ph.D., professor of finance, School of Business has been invited to speak at the prestigious Sovereign Investor Institute Investor Roundtable in Cape Town, South Africa, Feb. 25–27. The Sovereign Investor Institute represents sovereign wealth funds from around the world and allows funds managers to engage in open dialogue about the current investment environment.
Fifty-seven delegates are scheduled to participate in the roundtable, including representatives from such various institutions as Bank of Tanzania, Bank of Uganda, Reserve Bank of South Africa, Nucleos Instituto De Seguridade Social (Brazil), FMO Netherlands, Regents of the University of California, Oxford University, Barclays Africa Group, PricewaterhouseCoopers and T. Rowe Price International. For more information, click here.