VCU School of Business news

One step ahead of Zoom fatigue. VCU professor launches a podcast

One step ahead of Zoom fatigue. VCU professor launches a podcast

Friday, November 13

When VCU invited faculty to reimagine online learning, one trailblazing, collaborative professor became a podcast host!

Newly endowed scholarship celebrates diversity in marketing and sales

Newly endowed scholarship celebrates diversity in marketing and sales

Monday, November 9

After 34 years of friendship, Dennis Elwell surprised his Verizon mentor Eric Cevis with a scholarship in his name.

Winner of RVATECH top award calls her VCU Executive MBA career-defining

Winner of RVATECH top award calls her VCU Executive MBA career-defining

Friday, October 30

VCU EMBA grad Lori Jennings earned RVATECH’s highest honor for advancing the growth of technology in Central Virginia.

Labor market continues slow recovery

Labor market continues slow recovery

Monday, October 26

New survey also shows that earnings have increased relative to the spring.

Demand for VCU Online MBA rising, especially among women & moms

Demand for VCU Online MBA rising, especially among women & moms

Friday, October 23

At the VCU School of Business, women increasingly dominate the Online MBA program.

Expert offers 10 science-based tips to improve virtual meetings

Expert offers 10 science-based tips to improve virtual meetings

Monday, October 19

Embrace silence in virtual meetings? Dr. Steven Rogelberg is an expert on the science of meetings.

Labor market recovery continues but at a slower pace, new survey shows

Labor market recovery continues but at a slower pace, new survey shows

Tuesday, October 13

A report also shows that some of the earnings losses suffered early in the pandemic were temporary in nature.

No further economic recovery in sight, says Bowtie Economist

No further economic recovery in sight, says Bowtie Economist

Friday, October 9

Economic growth has slowed since this summer, Elliot Eisenberg said at the VCU Kornblau Real Estate Industry talks.

VCU Virtual Business Career Fair sparks thousands of connections

VCU Virtual Business Career Fair sparks thousands of connections

Thursday, September 24

During VCU's first virtual Career Fair, students and employers skipped the small talk and shared productive engagements.

Employees are returning to the office, but telework is still three times higher than in February

Employees are returning to the office, but telework is still three times higher than in February

Wednesday, September 16

While telework has increased in the pandemic, there are striking differences across socioeconomic groups and industries.