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Kornblau Institute Industry Talk Examines the Richmond Office Market

Kornblau Institute Industry Talk Examines the Richmond Office Market

Friday, July 30

“If Richmond were a breed of dog, which breed would it be?” This is not the question you might expect in an industry talk about “Commercial Real Estate and the Future of the Office Market.”

The Cleveland Indians will become the Guardians. Does the name change hit it out of the ballpark?

The Cleveland Indians will become the Guardians. Does the name change hit it out of the ballpark?

Thursday, July 29

VCU Brandcenter copywriting professor Holly Hessler discusses the change and why choosing a new team name “is one of the hardest jobs out there.”

‘A new era of athlete activism’: The Olympics are underway. So are the protests.

‘A new era of athlete activism’: The Olympics are underway. So are the protests.

Wednesday, July 28

A VCU expert discusses the rise in demonstrations among athletes, and explains the need to “move away from reducing athletes to their athletic identity and view them as humans first.”

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Highlights

‘Think on This’: Garret Westlake on solving complex problems in the world

‘Think on This’: Garret Westlake on solving complex problems in the world

Monday, June 21

Garret Westlake, executive director of the da Vinci Center for Innovation, discusses the importance of bringing people together from multiple disciplines to solve the complex problems the world faces today.

‘Shore U’ could be a game changer

‘Shore U’ could be a game changer

Tuesday, June 15

Executive MBA students in the VCU School of Business presented a business plan for the creation of a four-year University of the Eastern Shore of Virginia to Gov. Ralph Northam, a Shore native.

Doug Pugh named VCU School of Business interim dean

Doug Pugh named VCU School of Business interim dean

Monday, May 10

S. Douglas Pugh, Ph.D., has been appointed interim dean of the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business, effective July 1.