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  • Developing world-ready business leaders
  • Producing impactful research
  • Fueling ideas with purpose

It all happens here, at the intersection of business and creativity.

Class of 2022: Simranjeet Kaur turned her love of numbers into a burgeoning accounting career

Class of 2022: Simranjeet Kaur turned her love of numbers into a burgeoning accounting career

Wednesday, November 30

From doing calculations at her family’s bookstore in India to lining up a job at Deloitte, accounting student Simranjeet Kaur is excited for what her future holds.

Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Monday, November 28

School of Business professor David Berdish and his students strive to help fight food insecurity in the community through a project they have been working on in his classes Supply Chain Management and Analytics and Logistics and Distribution Strategy.

Rabia Kamara to address VCU grads at December commencement

Rabia Kamara to address VCU grads at December commencement

Tuesday, November 22

The fall university wide commencement ceremony will be held on Dec. 10 at the Stuart C. Siegel Center.

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3,623

Students in undergraduate and graduate programs

72%

Alumni living in Virginia

32nd

Ranked Best Online MBA Program nationally, Fortune 2021

$55,070

Average reported starting salary for undergraduates

Highlights

‘ONE VCU’ shines at forum focused on symbiosis between VCU Business and new Stravitz-Sanyal Institute for Liver Disease & Metabolic Health

‘ONE VCU’ shines at forum focused on symbiosis between VCU Business and new Stravitz-Sanyal Institute for Liver Disease & Metabolic Health

Monday, October 10

The VCU School of Business welcomed Arun J. Sanyal, M.D., director of the new Stravitz-Sanyal Institute for Liver Disease and Metabolic Health, and Arthur L. Kellermann, M.D., M.P.H., senior vice president for health sciences at VCU and CEO of VCU Health System, to Snead Hall for an open discussion about cross-industry collaboration in pursuit of o

Are you having an ideal, disengaged or toxic work day? It matters

Are you having an ideal, disengaged or toxic work day? It matters

Thursday, October 6

VCU School of Business researchers Alexander McKay, Mayoor Mohan and Chris Reina identify five types of work days—and how to avoid the bad ones.

New VCU Business dean believes ‘the opportunities here are endless’

New VCU Business dean believes ‘the opportunities here are endless’

Monday, October 3

Naomi Boyd, who gave up ballet for business school after an injury, emphasizes disruption, innovation and questioning “everything” as she starts her tenure.