McIntire Now

Niketas Koussis
July 10, 2019

Rising third-year Niketas Koussis is ready to continue his success story right where it left off—with startling academic achievement and an insatiable hunger for real-world business experience.

Kelley Halpin
July 3, 2019

Alum Kelley Halpin founded startup Karrot Fit to combat what he calls “a massive, complex problem that needs to be solved,” namely, poor health. As such, his company is geared toward working with organizations to financially incentivize employees for active lifestyles.

Kieran O’Connor and David Lehman
July 1, 2019

McIntire Management Professors Kieran O’Connor and David Lehman, with Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor Glenn R. Carroll, explore how consumers value the authenticity of an organization in a recent Harvard Business Review article.

Rouss Hall
June 27, 2019

The Economist today ranked the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia’s M.S. in Commerce as the top U.S.-based master’s in management (MiM) program and sixth worldwide.

Dorothy Kelly
June 25, 2019

During 2019 Reunion Weekends, McIntire Professor Dot Kelly presented “Hoo$ Smart about Money: Reduce Your Taxes, Enhance Your Financial Well-Being, and $ave Thousand$,” a talk and Q&A session offering strategies to help visiting alumni make better financial choices.

Caroline Wimbleton, Ada Ma, and Ewa Granosik
June 25, 2019

One year after finishing the M.S. in Global Commerce Program, we spoke with three members of the Class of 2018 to get their perspectives about how the program fit their goals and what they continue to draw on from it in their new positions.

Kate McGinn
June 20, 2019

New Commerce School graduate Kate McGinn (McIntire ’19) is one of 21 UVA alumni and graduate students who have received Fulbright Scholarships offering research, study, and teaching opportunities in more than 140 countries. This represents the largest cohort of Fulbright recipients from the University in one year.

four people play bubble bump
June 13, 2019

Think back to the last team-building activity you did for work or school. Maybe it was a scavenger hunt, a chili cookoff, or even a trust fall. Now, imagine what would have happened if your team had done archery instead, or taken a cooking class, or played something called “bubble soccer.” Would that have made the experience more memorable, and more valuable? McIntire alum Ryan Ho thinks so—and so do Google, Facebook, Apple, Disney, Nike, and many more of his clients.

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