VCU School of Business news

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.

VCU MBA Grad Launches Wristwatch Brand

VCU MBA Grad Launches Wristwatch Brand

Tuesday, September 15

Read about how VCU Evening MBA graduate Jay Carpenter (MBA ’09) and his wife launched an innovative wristwatch brand.

Labor market unchanged since late July, new survey shows

Labor market unchanged since late July, new survey shows

Monday, August 24

Survey also finds that the share of individuals working for the same employer as in February has continued to decline.

CHoR and VCU School of Business collaborate to help community pediatricians during COVID-19

CHoR and VCU School of Business collaborate to help community pediatricians during COVID-19

Tuesday, August 11

This partnership matched the community pediatric practices’ areas of need with the School of Business expertise

Five keys to a high-functioning analytics team & COVID-19 data hospitality insights

Five keys to a high-functioning analytics team & COVID-19 data hospitality insights

Thursday, August 6

Greg Bucko, VP of Data Analytics, Marriott Vacations Worldwide shares COVID-19 data analytics and insights

New survey shows labor market recovery stalling

New survey shows labor market recovery stalling

Monday, July 27

Real-Time Population Survey provides policymakers with current market data.

Helping people get their groceries during a pandemic

Helping people get their groceries during a pandemic

Thursday, July 23

Brandcenter graduate Joelle Halle shares her experiences in developing digital experience solutions at Kroger.

VCU star alumnus and Airbus executive provides insider perspective on “Navigating the Aeronautical Industry in Turbulent Times”

VCU star alumnus and Airbus executive provides insider perspective on “Navigating the Aeronautical Industry in Turbulent Times”

Monday, July 13

Ricardo Capilla, VCU alum and CEO Airbus Mexico recently discussed the unique challenges facing the aeronautics industry

Brandcenter students, their internships cut due to COVID-19, launch creative co-op

Brandcenter students, their internships cut due to COVID-19, launch creative co-op

Tuesday, July 7

Amid canceled summer internships, rising second-year students shifted gears to start their own agency.

Employment continues to rebound, new survey shows

Employment continues to rebound, new survey shows

Wednesday, June 24

The net increase is being driven primarily by individuals working for a new employer, as opposed to returning to former