The Robins School of Business hosts two signature speaker series designed to bring together students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members for conversations on current business issues.
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Accounting Program Named Among Top 25Accounting program featured on GradReport's 帝豪棋牌 Best Colleges list based on median early-career salary data.
Robins Students win National Diversity Case Competition
A team of four Robins School students were awarded the top spot in the Kelley School of Business National Diversity Case Competition, a premier event that brings together top-level, diverse talent from colleges and universities across the country.
Poets&Quants For Undergrads ranks Robins School among the bestThe annual ranking earned the business school top marks in admissions standards and employment outcomes.
In response to the circumstances surrounding the novel coronavirus and COVID-19, the University of Richmond is planning for the transition to online-only instruction effective March 23 through the end of the semester. Classes will be suspended March 16-20 to allow time for preparation. Business school updates are available here. University updates are available here.
Many Robins School students want to change the world. Gabriela Telepman, '20, is getting that chance as a Fulbright recipient.
From food donations to creating PPE, our Robins School Spiders are working together to fight COVID-19 from coast to coast.
Marc Randolph, co-founder of Netflix, joined a Managing Innovation course as a guest lecturer to discuss entrepreneurship in times of hardship with students.
James Orioli, '21, knew his business could lend a helping hand to the community.
You may know him from the Health Warrior bars for sale in Lou's, or by his title as former CEO of the chia seed bars health company.
If you've ever played an instrument with a string, it was probably made by D'Addario.
The Robins School of Business hosted its first Declaration Ceremony for incoming majors and minors on Monday, February 24.
When Anthony Moody IV, '22, has an idea, he puts pen to paper.
This month, a group of accounting students visited Robins School alumni at the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), in Washington, D.C.
UR alumnus and Jepson School visionary awarded Georgia's highest honor
Sela Betz, '20, is on the fast track for advertising in the Robins School.
"The past couple months have felt like something out of a dream," Kirts said.
His passion for finance lies in the classroom, and Stevens says he will miss sharing his insights and research with students every day.
After spending 20 years in the banking and finance industry, Juri Miller, GB'07, knew how difficult it was to balance work and family.
After seven years at Bon Secours, Drew Bennett, GB'16, says he received an opportunity that changed his life.
When planning for a Richmond MBA Capstone Project, James Poole, GB'19, knew he wanted to work with Porsche.
After weeks preparing with her team to attend the National Team Selling Competition this month, Schuham says it was a thrill to finally compete on a national stage.
A few years after graduating from the Robins School, Brittany Kneidinger, '12, got an opportunity that changed her life.
Abigail Lord, '20, worked primarily with software engineers helping develop Comcast bill presentation layers.