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Brandcenter Siblings

Brandcenter Siblings

Thursday, April 8

We call our Brandcenter community the #BrandFam because it's truly like a family. But there are some who take #BrandFam to the next level—a number of students have siblings who also attended the Brandcenter.

Ed Grier, dean of the VCU School of Business, is leaving the university July 1

Ed Grier, dean of the VCU School of Business, is leaving the university July 1

Tuesday, April 6

Under Grier, who came to VCU in 2010, the business school launched a new strategic plan, the International Consulting Program, the Master of Decision Analytics Professional Track and an online M.B.A.

One team, one fight

One team, one fight

Tuesday, April 6

Business graduate students team up to provide vaccination assistance

Student competition puts spotlight on ethics, communications & disabilities

Student competition puts spotlight on ethics, communications & disabilities

Thursday, March 25

VCU School of Business merges two popular student competitions into one virtual event with $12,500 in prize money

Brandcenter Announces BCX: New Executive Education Division

Brandcenter Announces BCX: New Executive Education Division

Tuesday, March 23

Today, the Brandcenter at Virginia Commonwealth University launches BCX: an all-new executive education division.

Trees, redlining and urban heat: A planting project in Randolph goes beyond beautification

Trees, redlining and urban heat: A planting project in Randolph goes beyond beautification

Friday, March 19

In the coming weeks, over 100 trees will be planted at Amelia Street School. Doing so will improve the school’s property, reduce summertime heat and help address decades of racist economic policies.

Mental conditioning expert says

Mental conditioning expert says "getting to neutral" is key to success

Friday, March 19

Trevor Moawad tells VCU virtual audience that being more positive isn’t the game changer. Being less negative is.

VCU Center for Sport Leadership applauds A10 championship

VCU Center for Sport Leadership applauds A10 championship

Thursday, March 18

Erica Snow was ecstatic when the Rams defeated UMass to win their first A10 championship. The big win is a perfect embodiment of the VCU Center for Sport Leadership (CSL) axiom, “Together we build build the future of sport.”

Virtual format provides a learning path for Saudi students

Virtual format provides a learning path for Saudi students

Wednesday, March 17

Michaela Bearden and Katie Gilstrap have flown to Saudi Arabia every year since 2018 to deliver the Henry Ford Entrepreneurship Academy (HFEA) in Riyadh. This year, COVID forced the program to go virtual.

Brandcenter student's love of Dungeons & Dragons becomes a successful crowdsourcing project

Brandcenter student's love of Dungeons & Dragons becomes a successful crowdsourcing project

Wednesday, March 3

Shaw Schiappacasse’s modest fundraiser for a passion project raised $10,000, which he will use to hire illustrators and other creative people to bring his vision to life