Our students have their fingers on the pulse of our constantly changing world, but their foundations are in the broad perspectives of the liberal arts. They learn from teacher-scholars in intimate classes. Equipped with 21st century skills, our students become world-ready graduates who are exhilarated by the global marketplace and enthusiastic about making an impact.
The Q-camp Process introduces business students to practical career skills through progressive exercises that meet the needs of sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Sophomore students refine career goals, identify job search resources, practice networking skills, and craft a personal brand.
Focused on summer internships, juniors learn to differentiate themselves as employees, manage their network, and evaluate their fit in an organization.
Seniors unsure about their plans evaluate their summer experiences, refresh their personal brand, and navigate corporate networking events.
Dr. Adam Marquardt introduces students to real world of sports marketing.
Katherine Rockwell, '17, spent summer 2016 on the field.
Kelly Power, '17, hosted a branding workshop for current students.
See what students are up to outside the classroom.
Professor Susan Cohen connects her students to local businesses for a first look at entrepreneuring.
How research into the Second Glass Ceiling sparked a national phenomenon.
One of the Robins School of Business's newest professors kicked off the semester with a tasty treat for students.
Robins School of Business Alumni Hall of Fame recognizes E. Claiborne Robins as inaugural recipient.
The student perspective on the issue of gender inequality in the field of economics.
Two-time University of Richmond graduate shares his experience as a member of the alumni ice hockey team.
RSB strives to bring awareness to the gender inequality issue in the undergraduate economics major.