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Irina Kozlenkova
May 31, 2019

How important is marketing during the earliest phase of a customer’s relationship with a firm? McIntire Professor Irina Kozlenkova recently explored the question in “Multichannel Customer Onboarding,” part of the Marketing Science Institute (MSI) Working Paper Series.

group of MSMIT students in Argentina
May 30, 2019

For students in UVA McIntire’s M.S. in the Management of Information Technology, the 15 available seats in the program’s study-abroad course are a hotly sought commodity, with good reason.

Eric Negangard
May 29, 2019

Dedicated to contributing and sharing new knowledge across the professional services industry, the PricewaterhouseCoopers Center for Innovation in Professional Services hosted a notable schedule of events throughout the spring 2019 semester.

UVA lacrosse team
May 28, 2019

After UVA’s exciting win in the NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship game, the Hoos Men's Lacrosse team joined the party by winning the NCAA final May 27 with a 13-9 victory over Yale.

Jyotika Chandhoke, Anant Das, and Zane Homsi
May 20, 2019

Recent McIntire graduates Jyotika Chandhoke (McIntire '19), Anant Das (McIntire '19), and Zane Homsi (McIntire '19) were named to business education website Poets&Quants’ 2019 Best & Brightest list.

Yuri Choi, Marika Gutzman, Emily Yuhas, Sarah Zhou
May 15, 2019

McIntire congratulates the team of Yuri Choi (McIntire '20), Marika Gutzman (A&S '20), Emily Yuhas (A&S '20), and Sarah Zhou (Engineering '21), who won Bain & Company’s Third Annual Women’s Case Competition, which took place April 26, 2019.

William Evensen
May 14, 2019

Yes, he loves Norwegian summers, when the sun never sets.

Christopher Rannefors and his business partner present on “Shark Tank”
May 14, 2019

ABC’s “Shark Tank” show has seen many unusual things, but Sunday marked the first time a live bat made it onto the set. That was thanks to McIntire alum Christopher Rännefors and his business partner, Harrison Broadhurst, who went on the show to pitch their business, BatBnB, to five prospective investors, or “sharks”: Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Daymond John, and Kevin O’Leary.

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