Article ItemDigital defenders: meeting the need for talent, bridging the business-technology gap , article
Nick Herman once led a global corporate campaign to trick people into clicking on a fictitious link. He created fake websites and phishing emails in different languages.
Article ItemPriming for cyber combat , article
With 25 years of experience the field, Pamplin alum Deborah Golden (FIN ’94) is a recognized leader of cybersecurity. She has championed cybersecurity both within Pamplin and beyond it.
Article ItemCyber education: evolving tools for evolving threats , article
Pamplin alum Baback Bazri (BIT ’04) recommends Pamplin students of cybersecurity to invest in their career, and stay current with trends in the marketplace.
Research and Teaching
Article ItemBusiness analytics: predictive modeling of ER overcrowding , article
Lara Khansa, professor of business information technology, uses four analytics techniques to investigate overcrowding in the ER of a local hospital.
Article ItemJin Xu wins Best Paper Award for research showing tax benefit of debt financing , article
Jin Xu, associate professor of finance, received a Best Paper Award for an article examining the effects of taxes on corporations’ market values.
Article ItemSarah Stein wins Best Paper Award for learning resource on analytics , article
Sarah E. Stein, assistant professor of accounting and information systems, and Lauren M. Cunningham, of the University of Tennessee, co-authored a case study on using visualization software in audits to identify anomalies.
Article ItemWhen the biggest threat is you: privacy risks of uninformed users , article
Idris Adjerid, associate professor of business information technology, researches how people make online privacy decisions.
Article ItemLoan lessons with real stakes , article
This fall, Virginia Tech students have a remarkable new learning opportunity: gaining experience in banking and risk management by participating in actual loans with their bank partners with real money from the Virginia Tech Foundation.
Article ItemDean’s message , article
Pamplin Dean Robert Sumichrast recognizes Pamplin's culture — Pamplin people love Virginia Tech, regardless of their role. Pamplin students are bright, well prepared, ambitious, and are distinguished by the “Ut Prosim difference.”
Article ItemInaugural Pamplin Engagement Summit , article
Pamplin College of Business hosted the inaugural Pamplin Engagement Summit, which brought together its senior volunteer leaders to discuss the future of alumni engagement.
Article ItemBy the numbers: national rankings , article
Pamplin College of Business continues to lead in national rankings, placing in the top ten in a number of different reports.
Article ItemMBAs explore Scandinavia , article
Evening MBA students explore the operations of several international businesses during a two-week trip across Finland, Sweden, and Denmark.
Article ItemBack-to-school picnic , article
Pamplin welcomed students, faculty, and staff to the new school year with its annual picnic on the lawn of the Holtzman Alumni Center.
Article ItemWomen in Business celebrates 10 years , article
Women in Business celebrated its 10th anniversary with a program and cruise around New York City harbor in September.
Article ItemBusiness analytics ventures out , article
The latest cohort of master’s students in business analytics took part in Recreational Sports’ Venture Out Challenge Course on campus.
Article ItemBlack alumni network , article
More than 100 Hokies gathered in Arlington for a weekend of workshops, networking, and socializing at Virginia Tech’s fourth biennial Black Alumni Summit in August.
Article ItemInaugural conference on thought leadership , article
The inaugural Business Thought Leadership Conference was hosted by the Pamplin Society at Freddie Mac in Tysons, Virginia.
Article ItemFinance Ph.D. alums gather in memory , article
The Department of Finance hosted a conference and finance doctoral alumni reunion in memory of professor emeritus Dilip Shome.
Article ItemStudents study abroad in the Dominican Republic , article
Twelve Virginia Tech students worked with small businesses and school children during a 10-day program in the Dominican Republic.
Article ItemKicking it up with fellow Hokies , article
Dan Lasik, a Pamplin alum and partner at Ernst & Young, played music for Hokies with his band.
Article ItemCelebrating Pamplin’s international community , article
Students, faculty, and local community representatives gathered for Pamplin’s annual welcome reception for international students.
Article ItemDiscovering Chinese business and culture , article
Jennifer Clevenger, director of global study abroad at Pamplin, led a summer study-abroad program to China to visit major businesses and cultural sites.
Article ItemVisiting Carilion Clinic’s command center , article
Several Pamplin administrators visited Carilion Clinic’s Transfer and Communications Center (CTaC) in Roanoke, Virginia in July.
Article ItemOn the move , article
The Pamplin College of Business welcomes some exceptional incoming administrative staff members, including Pamplin's first director of diversity and inclusion, the director of development, and two associate directors of major gifts.
Article ItemUniversity awards , article
Greg Kadlec received one of the university’s three 2019 William E. Wine Award, while Kevin Boyle was named the Willis Blackwood Real Estate Director.
Article ItemNew faculty , article
The Pamplin College of Business is welcoming some exceptional incoming faculty members.
Article ItemPamplin awards , article
The college honored outstanding alumni and corporate support with awards at the inaugural Pamplin Engagement Summit at the Hotel Roanoke in October.
Article ItemCollege awards , article
Robert Davidson, an assistant professor of accounting and information systems, was named the William S. Gay Senior Faculty Fellow for teaching and research excellence.