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Five panelists discussed Sheryl Sandberg’s book, “Lean In,” which talks about how and why there is a lack of women in top, executive positions in today’s workforce.
The pressure to go above and beyond may have actually killed one Bank of America Merrill Lynch intern this summer. How does the constant stress in business internships impact Richmond students?
University of Richmond students have found job and internship opportunities in the expanding, internationally recognized Virginia wine industry.
Ukrop, who graduated with a masters from the Robins School in 1972, spoke about teamwork and passion in “inspiring” speech.
Dropping 3 spots from last year, Richmond’s E. Claiborne Robins School of Business was ranked No. 15 by BusinessWeek among undergraduate business programs.
Student entrepreneurs will have the chance to win $3,500 in cash and pitch their business idea to local investors during the 2012 Undergraduate Business Pitch Competition.
73 percent of students either approve of or are indifferent to a male-only Living and Learning community scheduled to start next fall for freshmen, according to a Collegian survey.
Forty-one percent of our Robins School of Business students are female. If we have both Living and Learning communities, then I suggest that they work together.
Q-Camp, which began four years ago, is a two-day business seminar held Jan. 28-29 for a select number of Robins School of Business students.
The University of Richmond employee who made the most money during the 2008-2009 academic year was someone most students have never even heard of.