A local private school is preparing to cut the ribbon on the newest addition to its Northside campus.
VCU’s forthcoming Institute for Contemporary Art is getting some more elbow room, as crews tear down a 1920s-era apartment building next door to a recently demolished restaurant site.
Five students earned cash prizes in the business school’s annual pitch competition, while a junior was recognized by the local chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners.
The renovation of a century-old West End church into an extension of a local private school is complete.
Preceded by the demolition of four 60-year-old dormitory buildings, the next addition to the university’s MCV Campus ceremoniously kicked off construction last week.
Unlike traditional career fairs, where students line up to talk with employers, the Brandcenter sessions have recruiters vie for time with the in-demand students.
The blending of business and creativity — and inventive approaches to both — is back on full display at the VCU School of Business.
Some of tomorrow’s entrepreneurs are making their first business pitches through a new program at the local private school.
This fall, VCU will throw a party to unveil its new $41 million crown jewel.
Parts of the former home of a defunct lab testing company are now filled with the workspaces of scientists-in-training.