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Rams’ resilience: VCU Business celebrates the Class of 2024

The VCU School of Business spring 2024 commencement celebrated graduates’ resilience, with alumnus Ankit Mathur advising on authenticity and taking risks.

NABA: What Can I Do With This Degree?

This event brings together a diverse panel of industry professionals to provide information on the numerous paths available to students in various majors.

Answer to untrustworthy academic research findings? VCU professor outlines steps to address ‘crisis of confidence.’

In light of recent cases of plagiarism and academic fraud at institutions across the country, a Virginia Commonwealth University professor’s new study provides a timely review of the current state of research findings in academia, especially fields related to psychology and management.

TechConnect Interest Meeting

Be part of a movement that fuses business expertise with technological insights for meaningful community impact!

VCU Business December 2023 Commencement

VCU Business cordially invites you to our December 2023 Commencement.

Port of entry

Virginia Business The Bureau of Labor Statistics has projected a nearly 28% rise in demand for logistics professionals in the United States through 2031, notes Jeff Smith, chair of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Supply Chain Management and Analytics within VCU’s business school.https://www.virginiabusiness.com/article/port-of-entry/

New era dawns for supply chain management

Published Research Reaps Rewards

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.

Tips for celebrating Christmas on a budget

Jeff Shockley, Associate Professor, Supply Chain Management and Analytics of VCU School of Business was asked by Wallethub: "what tips do you have for celebrating Christmas on a budget?"

2022 VCU Data Analytics Challenge seeks student solutions to real-world problems

The semester-long competition, which was sponsored by Altria and hosted by the Departments of Supply Chain and Analytics and Information Systems, challenged students to solve a real-world business problem for a chance to win up to $5,000 in prize money.

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