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March 29, 2017
Students bring the entrepreneurial spirit
IP & Transactional Law Clinic helps launch start-up business
Student attorneys help Richmond entrepreneur Heidi Field-Alvarez navigate the world of trademark law as she launches her new business.
March 28, 2017
SSIR course explores society's systems through travel and class projects
Students in The System SSIR examines the relationship between people and society’s systems.
March 27, 2017
MBA Capstone expanding reach of New Community School in Richmond
Dianna Kelly, GB'17, gives back to NCS in new project
Dianna Kelly, GB'17, shares inspiration for Capstone Project to help New Community School explore new programming for children with dyslexia.
Profile: Joanne Even, business development director, Executive Education
Welcome Joanne Even to Executive Education!
Check out our Q&A with our newest team member, Joanne Even.
MBA alumnus is managing partner for new bowling alley in Richmond
Ben Eubanks, GB'13, scores in new business venture
Eubanks teams with local entrepreneur to open boutique bowling alley in Scott's Addition.
March 24, 2017
Students, faculty, and staff connecting through Dean's Book Club
This semester's book: Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?
The Dean met with students, faculty, and staff twice this semester to discuss the book.
Students use Crooked Data exhibit to inspire projects based on management consulting
Professor Shital Thekdi gives students new perspective on data
Students in Professor Thekdi's management course visited the Crooked Data exhibit to expand their views on data.
Economics professor teams with Greater Richmond Partnership to recruit big businesses
Professor Erik Johnson's research can bring Fortune 1000 companies to RVA
The Greater Richmond Partnership is working with the Robins School of Business to bring large companies to Richmond.
March 21, 2017
Students explore access to justice in poverty law course
Inaugural class 'puts poverty into perspective'
Students in Prof. Tara Casey's week-long poverty law course took an intensive look at the intersection of policy, governance, and poverty in the city of Richmond through a combination of site visits and classroom discussions.
March 15, 2017