VCU School of Business news

What would you do? At business ethics competition, students discover all decisions are not black and white

What would you do? At business ethics competition, students discover all decisions are not black and white

Friday, January 18

Meant to encourage robust discussion and critical thought, the $10,000 competition drew wide participation.

Business is #1 in Black and Gold and You Campaign

Business is #1 in Black and Gold and You Campaign

Wednesday, January 16

VCU School of Business faculty and staff were recognized for donating the most in dollars of any school.

Scholarship for Entrepreneurs Sparks a Meeting of the Minds

Scholarship for Entrepreneurs Sparks a Meeting of the Minds

Monday, January 14

A genuine connection was formed when Pat Hull met the first recipient of his Brandcenter scholarship

Business students create Instagram miniseries to boost VCU following

Business students create Instagram miniseries to boost VCU following

Thursday, December 20

Students from assistant professor Mayoor Mohan’s marketing internship class gained followers for VCU's Istagram account

Valerie Jackson Follows

Valerie Jackson Follows "You Can" with "How To" in Commencement Address

Friday, December 14

VCU School of Business alumna Valerie Richardson Jackson had no idea what an impact VCU would make on her life.

On Track for Success

On Track for Success

Friday, December 7

Briana Nelson, former track and field All-American, reflects on her master's degree in finance

From tornadoes to campus tours, student makes an imprint on the university he loves

From tornadoes to campus tours, student makes an imprint on the university he loves

Friday, November 30

Hafiz fell in love with VCU when he came for the university’s preview day for prospective students.

VCU Receives Honorable Mention at National College Fed Challenge

VCU Receives Honorable Mention at National College Fed Challenge

Thursday, November 29

VCU won districts before advancing to the national competition

Get to the doctor: Three-time alumnus wants to solve the problems with transportation that keep many from needed health care

Get to the doctor: Three-time alumnus wants to solve the problems with transportation that keep many from needed health care

Thursday, November 29

Ankit Mathur (B.S.’03/B; M.B.A.’12/B; M.S.’13/B) is co-founder and chief technology officer of RoundTrip

Valerie Jackson to deliver address at VCU School of Business commencement

Valerie Jackson to deliver address at VCU School of Business commencement

Wednesday, November 28

Jackson is a VCU graduate and is Board Chair and Principal of Jackmont Hospitality