Spring 2017 About

Spring 2017 Virginia Tech Business is published twice a year by: Pamplin College of Business, Virginia Tech 1030 Pamplin Hall (0209) 880 West Campus

Virginia Tech’s Evening MBA ranking in U.S. News & World Report has improved to No. 7, according to the 2018

Research by Patrick Fan and Phil Xiang shows the potential problems of using data from customer reviews on social media

IBM sees Kelly Chambliss (MSCI '92) as one of its rising stars. Her forward-looking attitude and entrepreneurial mindset help her

Doug Brainard (FIN '13) travels to Africa as a Kiva Fellow to work with microloans borrowers.

Marketing professor Mario Pandelaere investigates ways to alter spending behavior. He finds that restricting autonomy takes the thrill out of

Pamplin's master's program is dramatically different from analytics programs in engineering, computer science, and statistics.

Pamplin has launched a Lifelong Career Services program to help alumni with their career search and employers with their hiring

Inventor Ray Zinn met students at the the Innovate living-learning community.He co-founded semiconductor maker Micrel and led it until its

The college has established the Pamplin Society to provide alumni more opportunities to help the college and to recognize those