An article co-authored by Robert Hill Carter Professor of Commerce David Mick, “Mindfulness: Its Transformative Potential for Consumer, Societal, and Environmental Well-Being,” has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Thomas C. Kinnear Award for outstanding article in Journal of Public Policy and Marketing. The prestigious award honors the article that makes the most significant contribution to the understanding of marketing and public policy issues.
One year after graduating from the Commerce School, Ankit Jain was ready to fuse his extensive work experience with all he learned at McIntire to launch his own IT consulting firm, 1MAGN8. A daunting undertaking for sure, but he was positive the timing was right to take the plunge.
The University of Virginia announced today that F.S. Cornell Professor of Free Enterprise Carl P. Zeithaml will step down from his position as Dean at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year after more than two decades of leadership and service at UVA’s McIntire School of Commerce.
As UVA first-year students, Aneesh Dhawan (A&S '21) and Victor Layne (McIntire '20) started a company out of their Page House dorm room that they hoped would make the world a better place. Over two years later, they seem on track to doing it.
For a remarkably accomplished financial planner, professor, trustee, and mentor, Elissa Buie will be the first to tell you that she has been fortunate. We recently spoke to Buie about her extraordinary career, her experiences within her area of expertise, and the many ways she continues to shape the future of financial planning.
In a recent message to the McIntire community, 2018-2019 Commerce Council president, new graduate, and Poets&Quants for Undergrads’ Best & Brightest Class of 2019 mention Anant Das sent along his gratitude for a successful and memorable school year. Das also recounted the many positive changes Commerce Council was able to enact within Rouss & Robertson Halls for future students.
Advancing discussion of issues ranging from emerging technology and diversity to career advice, the McIntire School and Capital One’s “Women in Tech” group co-hosted a panel and networking event May 21 featuring UVA alumnae who recounted their own journeys into technology-related positions.
As a member of the National Millennial Community—a group of students and young professionals from across the country who reflect millennial and Generation Z voices—UVA student Stephanie Chen is working to fight stigmas around these generations, which are soon to be the largest segment of the American workforce.