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It all happens here, at the intersection of business and creativity.

Grace E. Harris Leadership Institute team of faculty and staff works with police to develop Whistles Against Street Harassment initiative

Grace E. Harris Leadership Institute team of faculty and staff works with police to develop Whistles Against Street Harassment initiative

Tuesday, September 20

“The ONE VCU Master Plan is guided by principles that place a strong emphasis on mobility, safety and campus unification,” said Amita Goyal Chin, Ph.D., a GEHLI group member and an associate professor in VCU’s School of Business.

Insurance internships help ensure career success

Insurance internships help ensure career success

Monday, September 19

RMI students jump-start fall

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

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

Thursday, September 15

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

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Highlights

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

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

Thursday, September 15

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

Introducing a new brand platform, Uncommon VCU

Introducing a new brand platform, Uncommon VCU

Tuesday, September 13

The new brand approach emphasizes the many qualities that make VCU distinctive and “unstoppable.”

Is ‘shrinkflation’ hitting your grocery cart? Experts say you may be spending more for less

Is ‘shrinkflation’ hitting your grocery cart? Experts say you may be spending more for less

Friday, September 9

“Shrinkflation is sort of like the evil little twin brother of inflation,” said Christopher Herrington, an associate professor of economics at Virginia Commonwealth University.