VCU School of Business news

Brigadier General Reinvents Himself with VCU Real Estate Degree

Brigadier General Reinvents Himself with VCU Real Estate Degree

Monday, July 1

Learn why Jeff Farnsworth chose VCU’s Kornblau Real Estate Program to fast track into a second career.

The one thing every team needs to be successful

The one thing every team needs to be successful

Tuesday, June 25

Michaela Bearden, director of VCU Center for Corporate Education explains what effective team-building entails.

In a manner of speaking: When it comes to communicating, how you say it is just as important as what you say.

In a manner of speaking: When it comes to communicating, how you say it is just as important as what you say.

Tuesday, June 11

Blakley C. Davis, Ph.D., entrepreneurship professor, explains how people express themselves with their voice.

‘You’re coming here to feel better’: An alumnus founded a shuffleboard social club to contribute positive, inclusive culture to Richmond

‘You’re coming here to feel better’: An alumnus founded a shuffleboard social club to contribute positive, inclusive culture to Richmond

Monday, June 10

David Gallagher, founding partner of Tang & Biscuit, said his business isn't actually about shuffleboard.

Generational differences: Four tips to understand young employees

Generational differences: Four tips to understand young employees

Wednesday, June 5

VCU’s Tommy Vines Human Resources Lecture Series recently welcomed Jean Twenge, author of iGen.

Rise and Grind: The growing gig economy and its impact on the American workforce

Rise and Grind: The growing gig economy and its impact on the American workforce

Tuesday, June 4

VCU management professor Susan Coombes, Ph.D., discusses rising freelance work trends and its impact on workers

Living unapologetically inspires student-created feminist podcast

Living unapologetically inspires student-created feminist podcast

Monday, June 3

"Living in Pink" addresses topics such as mindfulness, women in the workplace and birth control.

Autonomous cars are the future, VCU expert says. But it might be a while.

Autonomous cars are the future, VCU expert says. But it might be a while.

Tuesday, May 28

A true self-driving car isn't yet popular enough among consumers, says economics professor emeritus George Hoffer

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