The Latino Student Network (LSN) at McIntire creates an inviting community that supports all Latinx and Hispanic UVA students with an interest in business. And as the United States recognizes the contributions of Hispanic and Latinx Americans during National Hispanic Heritage Month (the period between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15 of each year), the LSN does its part to honor it as well.
David Lehman and his co-authors recently discussed the findings of their Journal of Management paper in an Oct. 7, 2019, Harvard Business Review article titled "Why Some Rules Are More Likely to Be Broken."
McIntire’s leading global business education has helped produce some of the world’s most innovative and visionary executives. And as we continue to delve into the efforts of women in finance, we now turn our attention to the important work and accomplishments of female CFOs who are making a difference.
For students interested in marketing careers, the options can be overwhelming. Advertising or PR? Analytics or integrated marketing? What about brand management?
Sibling team has turned their passion for helping high school students and their families achieve their educational dreams into a new startup.
Buoyed by ongoing growth and an imminent change in location on the horizon, we spoke to Sacks about his entrepreneurial foray into dance music technology work, the challenges of startup life, and how his McIntire experience speaks to his current venture.
In the most recent installment of tech website Gizmodo’s series “Giz Asks,” McIntire’s C. Coleman McGehee Professor of Commerce Ryan Wright joined a panel of fellow cybersecurity experts weighing in on how it would be possible to shut down the entire internet.
Every fall, third-year students elect their fellow classmates to represent them and their ICE blocks at Commerce Council. The eight student reps serve as integral figures at the School, promoting camaraderie within their blocks and helping to reinforce the positive attributes of maintaining a tight-knit block culture that helps foster important connections and peer support. We caught up with the new student reps to ask them about their involvement and what they’re looking forward to accomplishing with the ICE blocks that they serve.