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Spring 2019 Notables

A collaboration between Pamplin and the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences received a $178,000 federal grant to develop

An internationally recognized scholar, Lowry has been identified as the world’s No. 1 information systems scholar, based on publications over

The Business Leadership Center at Virginia Tech is celebrating 20 years of educating students in leadership development.

The Pamplin Advisory Council meeting was held in Richmond at Troutman Sanders LLP and hosted by Jake Lutz (FIN ’78),

The awards were initiated by the Pamplin Society, which was re-activated in 2016 to enhance alumni engagement by recognizing alumni

Hometown Hokie Jacob Lutz III, the vice president/president-elect of the Pamplin Advisory Council (PAC), has a vision for Pamplin in

According to alumni and former students, finance professor George Morgan "has consistently demonstrated the utmost commitment to his students."

Mary Beth Sullivan has been named one of the top 100 Financial Services Influencers to Follow. The department has benefited

Derrick Maggard’s background founding multiple startups and a stint with a venture capital firm has propelled Virginia Tech's entrepreneurial ecosystem

Pamplin's academic programs are consistently ranked among the best in the nation.