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SCMA seeks to increase food security in Virginia

SCMA seeks to increase food security in Virginia

Wednesday, October 13

The VCU Department of Supply Chain Management and Analytics (SCMA) has embarked on a pilot program designed to ensure food security in Charles City, which can then be replicated statewide.

Richmond economist on why we're still experiencing a worker shortage and where things are going

Richmond economist on why we're still experiencing a worker shortage and where things are going

Wednesday, October 13

“There are just a huge number of job openings, unprecedented,” said VCU Economics Professor Jeffrey Lacker.

How a VCU economist’s project provided essential data early in the pandemic

How a VCU economist’s project provided essential data early in the pandemic

Monday, October 11

The Real-Time Population Survey, created by business professor Adam Blandin and Arizona State economist Alexander Bick, mirrors surveys from the Labor Department, but with a much faster turnaround.

Shift Retail Lab will support VCU student innovators and entrepreneurs

Shift Retail Lab will support VCU student innovators and entrepreneurs

Tuesday, October 5

The 2,700-square-foot lab will provide students with retail and office space, and will serve as a front door to Richmond’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.

VCU supply chain expert expects shortages will increase amid holidays

VCU supply chain expert expects shortages will increase amid holidays

Tuesday, October 5

As local businesses continue to feel the impacts of the supply disruption triggered by COVID-19, a VCU supply chain expert said he expected shortages and price hikes to increase in the coming months.

Dominic Brown selected as a VCU Alumni 10 Under 10 honoree

Dominic Brown selected as a VCU Alumni 10 Under 10 honoree

Friday, October 1

Dominic Brown is a 2011 VCU School of Business graduate and founder of TallTravelEats

Navigating cybersecurity risk takes on new urgency today

Navigating cybersecurity risk takes on new urgency today

Tuesday, September 28

Multi-million-dollar ransom demands. Wire transfer fraud. Massive data theft.

Helping graduates land top Econ jobs with the Federal Reserve is a team effort

Helping graduates land top Econ jobs with the Federal Reserve is a team effort

Monday, September 27

Three VCU Econ grads earned coveted positions within the Federal Reserve System