Introducing BCX: the Brandcenter’s all-new executive education division
Now more than ever, VCU students need the support of connected, engaged alumni willing to mentor them as they enter the world of business.
“There are huge sectors of employees where remote work never has been an option: healthcare, retail, hospitality, manufacturing, and the like,” said S. Douglas Pugh, interim dean for Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Business.
Economist Adam Blandin, Ph.D., assistant professor in the School of Business who has studied the labor force during the pandemic, won support for “Remote Work, Geographic Mobility, and the Long-Run Economic Impact of COVID-19.”
Renee Haltom tells VCU virtual audience of over 400 that 2021 will be a “blowout year” but to expect recovery disparities.
As dean of the School of Business, he launched partnerships and programs, including the online M.B.A., that “are recognized nationally as among the best in the nation.”
The VCU da Vinci Center is embarking on a radical new offering that will train cross-disciplinary faculty members from across the university to master Adobe Creative Cloud applications.
‘Your order is ready’: Curbside pickup and delivery skyrocketed during the pandemic. It could lead to permanent consumer changes. An increase in these services from retailers, restaurants and grocery stores could mean a shift in how we shop.