February 22: The Pamplin Pulse
Virginia Tech Giving Day 2021
Giving Day is a 24-hour fundraising sprint, driven by ambassadors who want to maximize the good Virginia Tech can do for our students and global communities. This year, Giving Day falls on February 24-25, 2021, from noon-noon EST.
For more about Giving Day, let's hear from Dean Sumichrast!
Article ItemGiving Day challenges tied to Engage, Pamplin announced , article
The overwhelming success of the Pamplin Engage has led to an interest in continuing the program beyond the impact of the pandemic. That is, however, dependent upon funding. Fortunately, several benefactors have stepped forward with a challenge tied to Giving Day – beginning noon, EST, Feb. 24, until noon, EST, Feb. 25 – that could unlock over $75,000 in additional funds for the Pamplin Engage Program.
Article ItemReal Estate students place 3rd in national competition , article
Two students from the Program in Real Estate finished in third place at the Colvin Case Study Challenge. The Pamplin College of Business team, comprised of Carter Ramos and Nick Wright, was the highest placing undergraduate team in the competition.
Article Item‘Hokie spirit’ celebrated with scholarship , article
Spearheaded by John Snead Jr., and joined by sisters Robin Russell, Margie Munnelly, and Janine Hiller, the John W. Snead Sr. and Margaret F. Snead Memorial Scholarship Fund was created the scholarship in memory of their parents who, according to Snead Jr., “were infused with the ‘Hokie spirit’ throughout their lifetime.”
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Virtual Celebration for Historic Groundbreaking
March 12, 11 a.m. EST
Join us virtually to celebrate the historic groundbreaking for the first structure in Virginia Tech’s Global Business and Analytics Complex.
Hosted by Dean of the Pamplin College of Business Robert Sumichrast, the event will include remarks from President Timothy D. Sands, Julia M. Ross, the Paul and Dorothea Torgersen Dean of Engineering, and Ron Fricker, Interim Dean of the College of Science. The groundbreaking ceremony will be followed by a Town Hall with Dean Sumichrast and Lynne Doughtie ‘85, former CEO KPMG and Boundless Impact Campaign tri-chair, and other special guests: Willis Blackwood ’72, Mary McVay ’78, MBA ’81, Chris Shean ’87, and featured students and faculty to discuss the impact of this initiative and Q&A.
Senator Mark Warner congratulates the Apex Center for Top 25 ranking
Senator Warner congratulates Virginia Tech on being ranked top 25 nationally for excellence in entrepreneurship and discusses his own experiences as an entrepreneur..
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