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  • Developing world-ready business leaders
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  • Fueling ideas with purpose

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

Being mindful can improve your interactions with co-workers, new study finds

Being mindful can improve your interactions with co-workers, new study finds

Thursday, June 30

When individuals bring mindfulness to work, it infuses their workplace interactions, according to a study by VCU Business associate professor Christopher Reina, Ph.D.

What happens when you cancel the youth Olympic Games?

What happens when you cancel the youth Olympic Games?

Wednesday, June 29

Carrie W. LeCrom, the executive director of the Center for Sport Leadership at Virginia Commonwealth University, told FiveThirtyEight that “qualified and effective coaches are much more critical” to future athlete success than going to a single YOG.

The 4 types of work days and how they impact employee performance

The 4 types of work days and how they impact employee performance

Monday, June 27

Alexander McKay, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at VCU School of Business, shared his expertise and research findings with the U.S Chamber of Commerce on how to boost employee creativity. .

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Highlights

Beta Alpha Psi luncheon ushers in new era for VCU Business

Beta Alpha Psi luncheon ushers in new era for VCU Business

Wednesday, May 11

The biannual event returned to its in-person format on May 6, with incoming dean Naomi Boyd, Ph.D. in attendance as guest speaker

Former Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker explains causes of inflation and its uncertain future

Former Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker explains causes of inflation and its uncertain future

Monday, April 18

Former Richmond Fed President Jeffrey Lacker explains causes of inflation and its uncertain future Lacker discusses relief payments, supply chain bottlenecks and other causes and symptoms of soaring inflation.

Class of 2022: Michael Portillo is on the fast track to a career in the U.S. foreign service

Class of 2022: Michael Portillo is on the fast track to a career in the U.S. foreign service

Monday, April 18

Scholarships, internships and service-learning trips provided a competitive edge for even more opportunities in international affairs and helped prepare Portillo for work overseas.