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VCU Business December 2023 Commencement

VCU Business cordially invites you to our December 2023 Commencement.

VCU Risk Management and Insurance panel explores the intersection of artificial intelligence and cybersecurity

Led by moderator and cybersecurity attorney Beth Waller, three expert panelists discussed how the rapidly evolving world of artificial intelligence is impacting cybersecurity.

“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.

Risk Management and Insurance Trends Talk discusses election trends, predictions

Bob Holsworth, Ph.D., a leading political analyst in Virginia, discussed the current political landscape and predictions ahead of the 2022 midterm elections on November 8.

Insurance internships help ensure career success

RMI students jump-start fall

Experts discuss evolving cybersecurity threat landscape at VCU/RIMS panel event

The panel examined three elements of cybersecurity: threats, incident response and cyber-resilience.

Lester Fellowship Program connects interns to industry

This summer, a few select VCU students will have the opportunity to explore risk management and insurance during a three-month paid rotational internship program.

With close races, Virginia’s elections hinge on voter turnout

Virginia’s gubernatorial race is tight. Political analyst Bob Holsworth explains what each candidate needs to do to win.

Navigating cybersecurity risk takes on new urgency today

Multi-million-dollar ransom demands. Wire transfer fraud. Massive data theft.

Amazon adds new programs to prevent workplace injuries as incidents are more common at its warehouses

Besides being good public relations, the program could help reduce the company’s insurance costs, said Etti Baranoff, an associate professor of insurance and finance at Virginia Commonwealth University and a former state insurance regulator in Texas.

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