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Interdisciplinary real estate panel discusses industry predictions at 2023 Kornblau Real Estate Market Outlook

Interdisciplinary real estate panel discusses industry predictions at 2023 Kornblau Real Estate Market Outlook

Thursday, February 2

The webinar welcomed experts from commercial and residential real estate and construction, economic development, community revitalization and more.

Survey: Lying About Money To Your Partner Is As Bad As Cheating

Survey: Lying About Money To Your Partner Is As Bad As Cheating

Thursday, February 2

Amy Pridemore, executive director of the Virginia Credit Union Financial Success Center at Virginia Commonwealth University, recommends being open about discussing finances, whether you and your partner combine your assets or keep them separate.

Is a return to the office inevitable? Should it be?

Is a return to the office inevitable? Should it be?

Wednesday, February 1

Some major employers are pushing for employers to be back in the office more often, but many employees have grown to appreciate the advantages of remote work.

VCU online programs ranked among best in the U.S.

VCU online programs ranked among best in the U.S.

Wednesday, January 25

Rankings for programs in School of Nursing, School of Education, School of Business and College of Engineering “attest to the quality and impact of our online education programs,” provost says.

VCU study measures impact of Medicaid dental coverage for Virginia’s pregnant population

VCU study measures impact of Medicaid dental coverage for Virginia’s pregnant population

Friday, January 20

David Harless, Ph.D., an economics professor at the School of Business, analyzed data from the Virginia Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, a survey designed to capture women's experiences during pregnancy.

FAA meltdown injected uncertainty, including for military pilots

FAA meltdown injected uncertainty, including for military pilots

Thursday, January 19

Peter Aiken, an associate professor of information systems at Virginia Commonwealth University, said the fact that FAA contractors could damage a file and take down the nation’s aviation system points to “a weakness in the understanding of data issues in general.”

AI is A-OK at discovering patterns in data

AI is A-OK at discovering patterns in data

Tuesday, January 17

Paul Brooks and co-authors investigate artificial intelligence

On your mark: Entrepreneurship centers help student startups get running

On your mark: Entrepreneurship centers help student startups get running

Tuesday, January 3

Julien Reininger launched his vegan jerky business, Jacked! Jackfruit Jerky, as a college student with the help of Virginia Commonwealth University’s da Vinci Center for Innovation and its pre-accelerator program.