VCU Business December 2023 Commencement
VCU Business cordially invites you to our December 2023 Commencement.
Class of 2023: A pivot back to passion put VCU’s Jalen Harrison on a fresh path
As junior year neared, he took an “interesting jump” to rekindle his interest in technology, and a cybersecurity job now awaits.
2023 VCU Technology Leaders Forum examines convergence of security, data and AI in technology today
The event, hosted by VCU Information Systems, featured three panelists who discussed everything from cyber defense collaboration to strategic, data-informed business decisions.
VCU business student appreciates career lessons gained in cybersecurity summer internship
Stephen Kouevi’s preparation and perseverance to land a funded summer internship with the largest military shipbuilding company in the U.S. opens a portal to more career possibilities.
Class of 2023: With a second bite at the Big Apple, Alex Ames plots a new course at age 32
Ames, an information systems major in the School of Business, is preparing to return to New York as an analyst with Bank of America.
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.”
AI is A-OK at discovering patterns in data
Paul Brooks and co-authors investigate artificial intelligence
VCU expert comments on latest FAA congressional heat over outage
Peter Aiken, associate professor of information systems, discusses the latest FAA news with the Washington Post.
Information Systems welcomes RoundlyX co-founder Will Trible at Technology Leaders Forum
Trible shared the story behind the cryptocurrency management app and pointed to important trends within the crypto and digital asset industries.