Dr. Sushma Shukla for publishing Innovation and Economic Growth: A Case of India in Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews in June 2017.  This article reviews the innovation in India’s Economic Growth.  Check it out here.

To apply at VIU and register for one of her courses, start your application online at  https://www.viu.edu/admissions-aid/admissions/apply-now/.

Greetings SCIS students:

On behalf of the School of Computer information Systems, I wish you a very Happy New Year.  I hope this year is the breakthrough one and your resolutions and dreams finally turn into reality.  In the meantime, I would like to welcome you or welcome you back to the School of Computer Information Systems (SCIS) at Virginia International University.

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At VIU, we believe that giving is something that should happen all year and want to bring your attention to a few ways that you can get involved here. We look for ways to benefit our students either through time or money.

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Sana Khan

One of the most difficult challenges facing international MBA students in the United States is time management. With finals approaching, MBA students should be thinking about how to be more organized in order to maintain a balance between studies, work, and home. One important consequence of bad time management is poor health choices. As a student I have seen other students who are far away from their home find it difficult to eat healthy because they don’t have enough time to cook healthy meals at home.

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Dr. Shelton Rhodes

My career path spans three professional domains; the U.S Army, Academia/Education, and Entrepreneurship. Passion led me to pursue these career paths. My first passion was for the adventure and the leadership opportunity provided by military service. My second passion academia and education resulted from my thirst for knowledge and the awareness that education is the door to opportunity in this great country. Obtaining my undergraduate degree from the Virginia Military Institute, a Masters from Howard University, and a doctorate from Old Dominion University has given me the opportunity to live the American dream. I studied management because, of my first career as an Army officer, I had to execute all management functions of planning, organizing, controlling and leading. Secondly, managers are needed in private, public and nonprofit organizations.

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