‘ONE VCU’ shines at forum focused on symbiosis between VCU Business and new Stravitz-Sanyal Institute for Liver Disease & Metabolic Health
The VCU School of Business welcomed Arun J. Sanyal, M.D., director of the new Stravitz-Sanyal Institute for Liver Disease and Metabolic Health, and Arthur L. Kellermann, M.D., M.P.H., senior vice president for health sciences at VCU and CEO of VCU Health System, to Snead Hall for an open discussion about cross-industry collaboration in pursuit of o
New VCU Business dean believes ‘the opportunities here are endless’
Naomi Boyd, who gave up ballet for business school after an injury, emphasizes disruption, innovation and questioning “everything” as she starts her tenure.
Introducing a new brand platform, Uncommon VCU
The new brand approach emphasizes the many qualities that make VCU distinctive and “unstoppable.”
New Markel scholarship announced for VCU Business and Engineering students
Aimed at improving equitable access to higher education, the VCU Markel Scholarship will provide financial support for students as they juggle coursework, internships and degree completion.
VCU alum Linda Hines receives Paul A. and Veronica H. Gross Achievement in Nursing Award
Hines, a former School of Nursing adjunct faculty member and School of Business M.B.A. graduates, has worked in managed care leadership for over 25 years.
Provost outlines vision to make VCU a national model for the ‘university of the future’
In VCU's recent inaugural State of Academic Affairs address, Fotis Sotiropoulos, Ph.D., provost and senior vice president for academic affairs highlighted student excellence and featured Michael Portillo, a senior in the School of Business and recently named 2022 Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellow.
Students earn thousands debating: “Is employee surveillance ethical?”
VCU business students explore real-world ethics while competing in annual creative communication competition.
Naomi E. Boyd named dean of the VCU School of Business
Boyd comes to VCU from West Virginia University and will start July 1. Her research background focuses on structural shifts and innovation in capital markets.
How practicing integrity helped Owens & Minor thrive during the pandemic
At the latest Investors Circle meeting, Owens & Minor leader Ed Pesicka shared how the health care company continued to make personal protective equipment for its customers throughout the pandemic.
Investors Circle: we asked, you responded, we listened
The School of Business recently surveyed 510 current and recent Investors Circle members as we considered changes to the donor society levels and benefits.