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VCU Business December 2023 Commencement

VCU Business cordially invites you to our December 2023 Commencement.

Best Credit Cards for Bad Credit

Bernhard Reichert, VCU Business accounting assistant professor, discusses improving credit scores with WalletHub.

Class of 2023: In finance, Mami Awol found the right fit

VCU business major will start as a financial adviser with JP Morgan Chase in Chicago this summer.

Survey: lying about money to your partner is as bad as cheating

Amy Pridemore, executive director of the Virginia Credit Union Financial Success Center at Virginia Commonwealth University, recommends being open about discussing finances, whether you and your partner combine your assets or keep them separate.

Internship as launching pad

Two awards, two students, two careers launched. Both Hermela Tesfaye and Mike Ruiz say winning the School of Business Finance Internship Award was key to providing on-site summer experience – for Tesfaye at Bank of America and Ruiz at BNY Mellon. After that, there was no stopping them.

2021-2022 School of Business Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate award recipients

Each year the VCU School of Business departments recognize the outstanding achievements of select students.

International workshop aims to counter nuclear proliferation finance in Africa

"The Argonne National Laboratory grant represents a robust collaboration between VCU’s School of Business and the College of Engineering,” said Manu Gupta, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate.

VCU Launching 20 new accelerated bachelor’s to master’s degree opportunities

New accelerated pathways will launch in the School of Business in the following areas: marketing, decision analytics, supply chain management, finance and information systems.

To get the job, Gideon Boakye learned to embrace new challenges

Boakye, the first college graduate in his immediate family, landed a job with Johnson & Johnson after graduation

A thirty-something VCU business grad makes an outsized impact

2010 VCU Business alum had some unlikely inspiration when he decided to launch a new fund for business students.

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