October 24 The Pamplin Pulse
Dean Sarker delivers State of Pamplin address to Pamplin Advisory Council
The Pamplin Advisory Council (PAC), the senior-level council of volunteers established to promote, support, and improve Pamplin, held its annual fall meeting recently, accompanied by various activities and festivities that celebrated the Pamplin College of Business and its accomplished alumni and friends. It was during this meeting that Saonee Sarker, dean of Pamplin College of Business, gave the State of Pamplin address to the gathered council members.
Article ItemNew Data and Decision Sciences Building encourages collaboration to address world’s data challenges , article
One of the newest buildings on the Blacksburg campus helps bring together students from a variety of disciplines to meet the demands of commercial and government organizations seeking employees with strong data analytics and quantitative research skills.
Article ItemChristopher Porter named Strickler Professor in Management , article
Porter’s research expertise encompasses organizational justice, performance management and appraisal, turnover, teams, team leadership, and the work-nonwork interface.
Article ItemCelebrating Women in Business Week, Pamplin makes history , article
The third full week in October is observed as National Women in Business Week. It is a time to celebrate, recognize, and honor the achievements and contributions of women throughout history.
Article ItemVoices of Privacy presents at Senator Warner’s 2023 Virginia Women’s Conference , article
France Bélanger, University Distinguished Professor in Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business, Department of Accounting and Information Systems, and Donna Wertalik, professor of practice in the Department of Marketing, took their show, Voices of Privacy, on the road as they presented at Senator Mark Warner’s 2023 Virginia Women’s Conference.
Article ItemJennifer Joe named John E. Peterson Jr. Professor in Accounting , article
Joe specializes in studying the role of auditors using experimental and behavioral methods.
Article ItemMeet the fall 2023 MIT Scholars , article
Starting in fall 2022, the Master of Information Technology program at Virginia Tech began awarding scholarships to students whose enrollment contributes to the diversity of the MIT program and the field of information technology.
Article ItemHokies flock together for 2023 Homecoming festivities , article
Thousands of alumni, family, and friends returned to campus Saturday, Oct. 14, to celebrate Virginia Tech’s 2023 Homecoming.
It's no time for cold feet - Hokie socks are back!
Claim your Hokie socks today! Individuals who make a gift of $10 or more at give.vt.edu/socks between now and Nov. 17 can choose a pair of limited-edition dress or athletic socks as a token of thanks for their support. Gifts can be made to the program, organization, college, etc. that matters most to you!
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Pamplin Society Signature Event
Thursday, Nov. 9
Virginia Tech’s Executive Briefing Center
The R.B. Pamplin Society (Pamplin Society) is a council of volunteers dedicated to fostering seamless collaboration and effective communication between diverse Pamplin College of Business committees, serving as the pivotal link that enables collective success.
The Signature Event is held annually to connect alumni, staff, and faculty and share ideas, lessons learned, and best practices for emerging issues across industry related to Pamplin research and programs.
If you are interested in learning more, please contact Crystal Jefferson.
Veterans Day 2023
Calling ALL military service persons. The Pamplin College of Business Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging would like to highlight your military service and photos in a special tribute presentation during Pamplin’s Veterans Day program.
Please complete this survey by Wednesday, Oct. 25, to ensure your information is included in the tribute. Please contact A’me Dalton with any questions.
Giving Day 2024
Noon to Noon
Feb. 21-22, 2024
Giving Day 2024 is coming fast, scheduled to be held between noon, Feb. 21, 2024, and noon, Feb. 22, 2024. This annual celebration of philanthropy is expected to be bigger and better than any Giving Day that has come before!
The success of Giving Day is dependent on the help from our outstanding Giving Day Ambassadors. Ambassador signups will begin in mid-January when the 2024 Giving Day site goes live. Until then, prospective Ambassadors can text HokieAmbassador (one word) to 51555 to be notified when Ambassador signups are live.
Please stay tuned to the Pamplin Pulse as more Giving Day information becomes available!
Select recent appearances of Pamplin College of Business faculty, students, and alumni in the news, as well as recent announcements and college notes.
- Pamplin awards merit-based scholarships to Evening MBA students
- Certify your way to career excellence
- University launches Virginia Tech Advantage and a $500 million fundraising effort to support students with financial need
- Virginia Tech professors want to shine a light on online privacy
- Why do employees keep ignoring workplace cybersecurity rules?