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Derick Maggard says his experience founding multiple startups and a stint with a Venture Capital firm provides him with the experience to lead the center for entrepreneurs at Virginia Tech

Partnerships with Deloitte, Marriott provide financial support and give students opportunities to learn about practical business issues and gain experience in problem solving under imperfect conditions.

Because Christina Todd wants current Pamplin students to have the best experience possible, she is motivated to give back as a mentor and advisor.

Pamplin continues to expand and improve, says Dean Robert Sumichrast in his message, providing the best business school experience to students and promoting economic development for the commonwealth and beyond.

Six alumni and one company were honored with the 2018 Pamplin Society Awards - Rising Alumni, Mentoring, Ut Prosim and Corporate Ambassador awards from the Pamplin College of Business.

Distinguished Achievement Award LYNNE DOUGHTIE, the keynote speaker for the University Commencement Ceremony, was honored with the Distinguished Achievement Award. The first female top executive at KPMG LLP, she is regularly named one of Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women in Business. She also received the college’s

BASIS students visited 11 companies in the financial services industry in New York City in September. The companies included Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citibank, and RBC Capital Markets. The program was initiated by finance professor George Morgan and arranged by BASIS student

Business Horizons in September attracted more than 150 companies and 700 company representatives, with record attendance of more than 2,900 students. Top employers of Pamplin graduates are: Deloitte, KPMG, EY, Accenture, PWC, Capital One, CGI, Marriott, Freddie Mac, and IBM. Pamplin’s majors are routinely among