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At national conference, two dozen VCU undergraduates present research on sitcoms, science and more

The students, including a sophomore double-majoring in political science in VCU’s College of Humanities and Sciences and business management in the School of Business , were featured at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Researchers ascend rankings

Future Looks Bright for IS Faculty

New era dawns for supply chain management

Published Research Reaps Rewards

AI is A-OK at discovering patterns in data

Paul Brooks and co-authors investigate artificial intelligence

VCU breaks into top 50 of public research universities in the U.S.

New ranking from the National Science Foundation is achieved ahead of the schedule set by the university.

Are you having an ideal, disengaged or toxic work day? It matters

VCU School of Business researchers Alexander McKay, Mayoor Mohan and Chris Reina identify five types of work days—and how to avoid the bad ones.

DEI administrators face five barriers to effective action in intercollegiate sports, research finds

Overcoming these barriers is crucial to successfully advancing diversity, equity and inclusion.

Being mindful can improve your interactions with co-workers, new study finds

When individuals bring mindfulness to work, it infuses their workplace interactions, according to a study by VCU Business associate professor Christopher Reina, Ph.D.

The 4 types of work days and how they impact employee performance

Alexander McKay, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at VCU School of Business, shared his expertise and research findings with the U.S Chamber of Commerce on how to boost employee creativity. .

Saving patients’ lives is a matter of seeing the big picture

She emailed me after the verdict in the Murphey case to alert me to research by another scholar, Elizabeth White Baker, in which Baker proposes a better way for hospitals to detect and prevent errors in the administration of medications. Baker is a professor of information systems in the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business.

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