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Two recent MBA graduates from VCU earn prestigious Presidential Management Fellowships

Lisa Gagliano and Rochelle Upshur join rare company in the federal leadership development program.

Class of 2024: Thomas Chatman leaned toward dropping out, but Developing Men of Color helped him lean in to VCU

Information systems major found support that propelled his interest in business, art, technology and his ties to Western Africa.

Class of 2024: Finance major Christopher Bagenda becomes a bankable talent

Last summer’s internship at Citi was a daunting introduction to what is now a promising career path.

With a game show as his guide, VCU researcher uses AI to predict deception

Findings could be used to analyze human behaviors in high-stakes scenarios, such as presidential debates, business negotiations and court trials.

VCU School of Business announces Ankit Mathur as keynote speaker for spring 2024 commencement

VCU School of Business alumnus Ankit Mathur, a leader in technology and healthcare innovation, will deliver the keynote address at the 2024 graduation ceremony.

VCU students and alums deliver the entrepreneurial pitch at Demo Day

At Demo Day, entrepreneurs pitch their product and service ideas to six judges, who evaluate the concepts and the creators’ presentations for business viability and clarity and then select winners.

In Pictures: VCU Brandcenter’s Reverse Recruiting

VCU Brandcenter hosted its annual Recruiter Session, featuring a unique “reverse” format where recruiters sought out talent among second-year students.

Who’s Who at VCU Business: Cesar Zamudio

Meet Cesar Zamudio, Ph.D., associate professor of Marketing at VCU School of Business who took an unexpected detour from Information Systems to Marketing and found his true calling. He’s the kind of professor who not only teaches concepts but has real-world experiences to back them up.

Leveraging Equity in Residential Property to Provide Retirement Income

In this comprehensive study, Associate Professor Pawan Jain from the Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate uncovers why so few individuals use home equity release schemes despite their potential to ease financial strains in retirement.

Creating more people-centered, humanistic organizations

In a recent article published in the Academy of Management Review, Associate Professor Chris Reina provides a foundation for transforming business organizations to a more people-centered focus.

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