McIntire Now

David C. Smith
April 12, 2019

For his contributions made with the “Financial Crisis Team,” McIntire School of Commerce Professor David C. Smith has received a 2019 Collaborative Excellence in Public Service Award from UVA’s Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost.

UVA basketball team smiling after tournament victory
April 11, 2019

Like many University of Virginia students, David Lorenz filled out a bracket and rooted for the Virginia men’s basketball team to win it all in the recent NCAA Tournament. His pick of Virginia to cut down the nets in Minneapolis was only partially due to school spirit, though.

The Fun Empire team
April 9, 2019

McIntire alum and Co-Founder of team-building event company The Fun Empire Ryan Ho was recently named to Forbes'

Barbara Wixom smiling headshot
April 4, 2019

Principal Research Scientist for MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research (CISR) Barbara Wixom is an academic dynamo and a data veteran. For more than two decades, she has been behind important studies on big data, business analytics, data warehousing, and business intelligence.

Days at McIntire
March 29, 2019

Days at McIntire aims to provide female first- and second-years the unique opportunity to get hands-on with the Commerce School. Organized by McIntire’s Office of Undergraduate Admission and sponsored by professional services firm PwC, the April 5, 2019, event presents prospective and incoming Comm women students with a concise, informative schedule highlighted by a case study in a simulation of the School’s hallmark ICE program.

UVA, ESADE, Lingnan campuses
March 29, 2019

As U.S. universities retool their courses and programs to meet demand, McIntire’s innovative M.S.

Margot Lee Shetterly and Heidi Connal
March 28, 2019

Best-selling author of Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race, Margot Lee Shetterly, and her inspiring work as a writer were the focus of an insightful conversation in UVA’s Old Cabell Hall Auditorium March 26, 2019.

business section of newspaper
March 22, 2019

A new lawsuit was filed in California against your business. The suit charges that your company’s diesel engine cars have been spewing nitrogen oxide emissions at a rate of 40 times higher than the federal limit—and those emissions are potentially responsible for the failing health of a nine-year-old. A reporter wants a comment from your CEO. Now. This setup is just the first in a series of sudden escalations that McIntire third-year students in the Integrated Core Experience (ICE) grapple with during ICE’s annual crisis communication simulation.