VCU da Vinci Center brings LEGO Serious Play to VCU
The method, which features a specially formulated set of LEGO bricks, promotes creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking.
Got milk? VCU alum’s snarky new book finds the ‘dumbest’ things to complain about
Anne Marie Wonder, a two-time VCU grad, is the co-author of “There Are Too Many Milks: And Other Common Annoyances of Modern Life.”
Professor’s virtual reality research looks to pave way for more equitable police interrogations of young adults
What can VR reveal about police interrogations? A Wilder School criminal justice associate professor, a two-time School of Business alum, a School of the Arts instructor and a theatre student are working together to find out.
“Psychology of Money” author Morgan Housel discusses the financial power of behavior, patience at VCU Business event
The conversation, led by Markel CEO Tom Gayner and hosted by the Kornblau Real Estate and Risk Management and Insurance Programs at VCU, centered around the concepts of risk and how steady investments pay off over time.
Want to be a trusted leader? Do these 6 things
Christopher Reina, associate professor of management and entrepreneurship, discusses trust and leadership with Fast Company.
VCU online programs ranked among best in the U.S.
Rankings for programs in School of Nursing, School of Education, School of Business and College of Engineering “attest to the quality and impact of our online education programs,” provost says.
First Women Who Drive Richmond honors 12 leaders ‘with an extra gear’
Executive Director Carrie LeCrom, VCU Center for Sport Leadership, was one of the 12 women honored at this inaugural event.
The best times of year to buy large appliances
"Appliances are heavy, take up significant cubic space in a load, and are more difficult to move to their final destination than are some other retail products,” says Jeff Shockley, associate professor of supply chain management and analytics at Virginia Commonwealth University.
VCU study measures impact of Medicaid dental coverage for Virginia’s pregnant population
David Harless, Ph.D., an economics professor at the School of Business, analyzed data from the Virginia Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, a survey designed to capture women's experiences during pregnancy.
FAA meltdown injected uncertainty, including for military pilots
Peter Aiken, an associate professor of information systems at Virginia Commonwealth University, said the fact that FAA contractors could damage a file and take down the nation’s aviation system points to “a weakness in the understanding of data issues in general.”