With a combined $9 million of construction and real estate acquisitions in the works or recently completed, two local private schools are making sizable moves to expand.
A new approach to teaching business and leadership communications is turning heads at the University of Richmond.
The effort, designed in light of growing brewery workforce demand fueled by the rise of independent beer makers, is the only brewing certificate program offered by a private university in the state.
Alumni from nearly all of VCU’s graduating classes descended on the school for a three-day-long summit.
The first artist-in-residence for the VCU School of Business continues to make an impression, with a Maggie Walker portrait in the atrium.
The center integrates the offices of admission, financial aid and employer development, designed to serve as a “front door” to the university.
A Richmond-based private school is launching the next phase of a capital campaign that will help complete an expansion of its campus.
Richmond native Noah Scalin is working with the school as part of its recently adopted strategic plan to realize its goal of incorporating creativity into its classes and curriculum.
The “Make It Real Campaign” aims to raise $750 million – the largest capital campaign in the university’s history.
As it prepares for the university’s largest capital campaign to date, the VCU Brandcenter is tweaking its leadership structure to give its director more time to focus on fundraising.