College awards – student
March 6, 2017
OUTSTANDING MASTER’S STUDENT
NICHOLAS BROWN began his studies in the Evening MBA and Master of Information Technology dual degree program in fall 2015. A graduate teaching assistant, Brown was elected National Capital Region vice president of the Graduate Student Assembly and volunteers at activities with the Alumni Association and Graduate School. Read more >
JOSEPH MILLS is a finance and accounting and information systems senior from Princeton, West Virginia. He chaired the Virginia Tech Student Conduct Committee, tutored athletes through Student Athlete Academic Support Services, and held two professional internships. Mills also serves as a resident advisor for the Honors Residential College at East Ambler Johnston.
H.H.MITCHELL OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP
PAUL GREY WEISSEND, a finance senior from Richmond, Virginia, is a member of the Corps of Cadets and the Honors College. Last semester, as chief investment officer, he helped manage a $5 million student-run endowment. He now co-heads a new student-giving initiative with the Virginia Tech Alumni Association. Weissend looks forward to studying in China next year as a Schwarzman Scholar.
JOHANNA YEE, an accounting and information systems and marketing management senior from Frederick, Maryland, has dedicated much of her time and talent to Pamplin. She was president of Business Horizons, vice president of administration for the Accounting Society, and serves as controller for the Gamma Lambda chapter of Beta Alpha Psi.