November 23: The Pamplin Pulse
Pamplin gives thanks
Members of the Pamplin College of Business faculty and staff express why they are thankful during this holiday season.
Article ItemEntrepreneurship programs get high marks for second straight year , article
Virginia Tech has been ranked No. 25 for undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in Princeton Review’s rankings for 2022, marking the second straight year the university has received such recognition.
Article ItemCollaboration blends entrepreneurship and big data technology , article
A long-standing relationship between the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech and the School of Economics and Management at Xidian University (XDU) in Xi'an, China, has resulted in a unique collaborative program that will welcome its first cohort of 100-120 students in Fall 2022.
Article ItemA new path to Virginia Tech and cybersecurity for students in Northern Virginia , article
A new agreement between Northern Virginia Community College and Virginia Tech provides a guided transfer path toward earning a bachelor’s degree in Business Information Technology’s Cybersecurity Management and Analytic option.
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Check out this year’s great Hokie socks! Both designs were created by Virginia Tech students. You can get a pair of whichever style you choose with a gift of $10 or more to the Pamplin College of Business.
Be sure to get yours soon before they’re all gone!
Pamplin honors those who have served at Veterans Day ceremony
The Pamplin College of Business honored those Hokies who personify the spirit of Virginia Tech's motto Ut Prosim (That I May Serve) at the Salute to Veterans Day: The Embodiment of Ut Prosim ceremony. Among the featured speakers at the event were Pamplin Dean Robert Sumichrast, Keynote Speaker and Army veteran Wanda Smith, renowned bestselling author Homer Hickam Jr. '64, as well as several other Pamplin faculty and students.
Article ItemEntrepreneurship celebrated on National Entrepreneurs Day , article
More and more Virginia Tech alumni and students are tapping into their entrepreneurial sides and starting new businesses. For them to be successful, they need to be able sell their vision, have a relentless work ethic, and have no fear of failure. Those are the traits being celebrated today on National Entrepreneurs Day.
INSIDE GBAC SPOTLIGHT: President Sands speaks about presidential priority
At the fall 2021 Pamplin Advisory Council meeting, President Tim Sands spoke to the council about a presidential priority, the Global Business and Analytics Complex. President Sands thanked members for more than $20 million in private philanthropy given to the initiative, with another $8 million still to be raised.
Celebrate 150 years of Impact
Dec. 7 at 6 p.m.
333 W. Ostend St., Baltimore, MD 21230
We are marking 150 years of Virginia Tech. Our sesquicentennial is a chance to honor our past and celebrate our present. We are asking Baltimore Hokies to join us for a special evening exploring what makes our community special. The event marks the start of our Sesquicentennial Road Show where we're bringing Virginia Tech to you. Space is limited so RSVP today!
Dec. 8 at 6 p.m.
1350 Okie St. NE, Washington, D.C. 20002
We are asking our most passionate Hokies to join us in D.C. for an interactive evening exploring what makes our community special. Top researchers and professors will share how Virginia Tech is shaping the future in the commonwealth and beyond. Space is limited so RSVP now!
Pamplin in the News & Notes
Select recent appearances of Pamplin College of Business faculty, students, and alumni in the news, as well as recent announcements and college notes.