Business tomorrow won't be the same as it was yesterday. It's constantly evolving, accelerating. Always moving forward. The people driving that change are strategic thinkers, innovators, problem solvers. Learn how VCU School of Business is putting creativity to work to shape the future of business and our students through our EPIC strategic plan.
The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business will host its first ever artist-in-residence during the upcoming 2016–2017 academic year. Celebrated artist Noah Scalin will help the school institute its new strategic plan, which aims to drive the future of business through the power of creativity. Scalin will conduct several creative-thinking seminars, guest lecture in courses, create large-scale artwork installations with the students and spearhead a 30-day Creative Sprint challenge in October and during the spring semester. Read more
Desmund Delaney is a senior financial technology major in the School of Business and the founder of 8:00AM, an online seller of new and pre-owned sneakers. After just one year, student-led startup companies taking part in Virginia Commonwealth University’s entrepreneurial support program have generated more than $1 million in total revenue, grants and investments. Read more.
The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business has been ranked in Tier One for its MBA and Executive MBA programs in CEO Magazine’s “2016 Global MBA Rankings.” The CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings investigate an MBA program’s inner workings, such as the learning environment, faculty, class sizes and diversity. The rankings distinguish schools that have “exceptional quality with great ROI.” Read more