VCU School of Business news

Working to the beat: How music can make us more productive

Working to the beat: How music can make us more productive

Friday, May 10

VCU Business Ph.D candidate sheds light on how music selection can affect mood and productivity in the workplace

A Virginia Construction Association Creates Scholarship for its

A Virginia Construction Association Creates Scholarship for its "Titan"

Wednesday, May 8

The Virginia Transportation Construction Association raises over $100K of scholarship funding for VCU Business students

VCU's Investors Circle Learns the Business of the Richmond Symphony

VCU's Investors Circle Learns the Business of the Richmond Symphony

Wednesday, May 8

Lead donors to the VCU School of Business were treated to a behind-the-curtain look at the Richmond Symphony.

To get the job, Gideon Boakye learned to embrace new challenges

To get the job, Gideon Boakye learned to embrace new challenges

Wednesday, May 8

Boakye, the first college graduate in his immediate family, landed a job with Johnson & Johnson after graduation

Creative Communications Competition: “Not a Bad Day’s Work for $1000!”

Creative Communications Competition: “Not a Bad Day’s Work for $1000!”

Thursday, May 2

VCU Business students showcase their public speaking skills during Creative Communications Competition

VCU EMBA Team Takes Top Prize at Finance Competition

VCU EMBA Team Takes Top Prize at Finance Competition

Wednesday, May 1

VCU School of Business EMBA team beat out competitors from some of Virginia’s leading MBA programs to win the ACG Cup

VCU Executive MBA Team Revolutionizes Health for VA Lawyers

VCU Executive MBA Team Revolutionizes Health for VA Lawyers

Monday, April 29

EMBA students provided strategic help for Richmond based nonprofit Virginia Lawyers Helping Lawyers

VCU School of Business to receive $5M gift from Virginia Credit Union for financial wellness

VCU School of Business to receive $5M gift from Virginia Credit Union for financial wellness

Thursday, April 25

The Virginia Credit Union Endowment for Financial Wellness will support new and expanded programming.

Want to predict real estate market activity? Chris Morris has an approach for that

Want to predict real estate market activity? Chris Morris has an approach for that

Friday, April 12

A financial technology student has developed a pluralistic method to apply math to real estate industry predictors.

New CoStar Chair will lead data analytics in real estate at VCU

New CoStar Chair will lead data analytics in real estate at VCU

Tuesday, April 9

VCU School of Business named Brent C Smith, Ph.D., the inaugural CoStar Group Endowed Chair in Real Estate Analytics.