• Mar 28, 2019 Women in Business: NCR

        About 75 students, alumni, faculty, and staff enjoyed an evening of networking and table discussions on professional development at a recent gathering of Women in Business - National Capital Region, organized by the Pamplin College of Business.

      • Mar 21, 2019 Pamplin donors were “In” for Giving Day 2019

        Hundreds of donors supported the Pamplin College of Business during the second annual Virginia Tech Giving Day. During the one-day fundraising event, which began at noon on Tuesday, March 19, and continued until noon on Wednesday, March 20, Pamplin alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends showed their support through donations – online and through various other avenues – as well as tireless promotion of the college throughout the event.

      • Mar 20, 2019 Lockheed Martin executive to discuss ethics and assurance

        Lockheed Martin executive Leo S. Mackay Jr. will discuss ethics as a business imperative on April 2 at 7:30 p.m. at Burruss Auditorium as the featured speaker of the Del Alamo/Hogan Symposium on Business Ethics, hosted by the Pamplin College of Business.

      • Mar 18, 2019 Scholarship supports Danielle Jeffers’ passion for helping others afford college

        Danielle Jeffers was packing for a study abroad trip to the Steger Center for International Scholarship in Switzerland when she received a letter from the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences. Only moments before, the multimedia journalism major had been worrying about the logistical challenges of studying overseas.

      • Mar 14, 2019 Pamplin students hosted at national conference

        Two Pamplin College of Business students were recently afforded the opportunity to attend the 2019 TD Ameritrade National LINC conference. Genna Coan, a finance and accounting dual-major from Chantilly, Va., and Kelly Lynch, a finance major from Smithtown, New York, were two of 63 National LINC Scholars selected to attend the conference as part of the RIA (registered investment advisors) NextGen program.

      • Mar 14, 2019 Virginia Tech MBA Program Named One of Top 15 in Country

        Virginia Tech’s Evening MBA program moved up three places to No. 14 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 rankings of the best part-time MBA programs. The Northern Virginia-based program also retained its place as the top-ranked program in Virginia and now ranks as the top public university part-time MBA in the Washington, D.C. metro area.

      • Mar 08, 2019 Third-year medical student earns MBA from Pamplin College of Business through new program

        Last year Mercedes Robinson, a third-year student at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, set her white coat aside and picked up a briefcase in order to pursue a master of business administration (MBA) through Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business. She was the first of her classmates to take advantage of this relatively new program, developed by both schools, to give future physicians a set of skills that will allow them to navigate many challenges in health care management.

      • Mar 07, 2019 Vatican’s communications expert to speak

        Seàn-Patrick Lovett has shared his media and communications expertise with college students and professionals around the world. On March 20-21, he will be in Blacksburg to give a public lecture and participate in small-group discussions.

      • Mar 04, 2019 Werth Testing Center helps students fully achieve access and success

        When the Werth Testing Center was dedicated in late January, a large contingent of students, faculty, staff, family, alumni, friends, and administration was present to show their appreciation to Robbie and Marianne Werth and their family, whose gift made the expanded center in Lavery Hall possible.