Since taking the helm in July 2013, Robert Sumichrast has embarked on a torrid pace of change. He has challenged college stakeholders to undertake a cultural transformation, with calls to "expect more" and "build community."
Learn about the childhood experiences that sparked Sumichrast's interest in operations management. Find out whether he is a talented musician or a skilled chef. And how do you pronounce his last name?
Vince Magnini, associate professor of hospitality and tourism management, authored 20 essential habits to help service businesses boost their performance.
Almost every consumer choice is made in the context of a previous choice, says Yael Zemack-Rugar, assistant professor of marketing. The way consumers respond to an initial slip is key to long-term outcomes.
The program uses innovative technology to engage an online classroom of students from around the world.
The Center for Business Intelligence and Analytics will support research, teaching, and outreach related to data-intensive decision making.
Student investors now have greater flexibility in selecting securities and adjusting their allocations.
Pamplin students engaged with alumni from Goldman Sachs during a seminar on campus and through visits to the company's NYC headquarters.
Congressman John Dingell shared insights from his 58 years of service as a guest speaker at the Executive MBA program's Lunch and Learn event this spring.
Ally Financial corporate treasurer Christopher A. Halmy gave an insider's view of the collapse of Lehman Brothers and Bank of America's forced takeover of Merrill Lynch's brokerage business in the BB&T Distinguished Lecture last fall.