Lauren Greenlief (A&S '11, M.S. in Commerce '12) says she's always liked solving problems. It's just that inclination for tackling issues and finding solutions that led her to a gratifying career in consulting.
A recent article by College Magazine named UVA in its list of “Top 10 Schools for Female Entrepreneurs Who Want to Change the World” and touted the McIntire School specifically for its support of female business students.
As automation is taking over tasks that used to be performed by humans across nearly all sectors, the McIntire School’s Center for Business Analytics and global marketing research firm Ipsos found that Americans are divided in their perceptions
Caroline Barton (McIntire '17) was already eager to launch her start-up idea before she completed her undergraduate studies. Double-majoring in Commerce and Mathematics, Barton completed a concentration in Finance and the Entrepreneurship Track at the School, where she was inspired to realize her business vision: an online platform for up-and-coming designers whose brands are shaped by the voting public. Barton first brought her original concept to a summer session at Darden's i.Lab at UVA Incubator in 2015. The following semester, she began her McIntire experience; it was during this time that her coursework, professors, and classmate connections prepared her for the moment when she would formally launch her company, Modatrova, in fall 2017.
The University of Virginia’s Board of Visitors approved a plan enacting a two-step raise in differential tuition for undergraduate students who will enter the McIntire School of Commerce in fall 2018.
Surveying the most current published findings in the rapidly growing field of entertainment marketing, Professor Natasha Zhang Foutz’s diligent and insightful work has seen publication in prestigious journal Foundations and Trends in Marketing.
The University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce ranks third among the nation’s best undergraduate business programs, according to annual rankings posted today by business education website Poets&Quants.
Though Juliet Wiebe-King (M.S. in Commerce '15) never intended to have a business-based career, her desire to make a difference while seeing the world led her to McIntire.