The Pamplin College of Business will celebrate its 50th anniversary all year long with events, displays, and publications.
"Our goal is to ensure that students get the best business education anywhere. We take a broad view of what constitutes education. Pamplin education includes experiences beyond the classroom."
We love the ease of the Internet and mobile devices, but convenience comes at a cost.
Fifty years of global economic changes and federal regulations influence how we bank today.
Movements in race and gender equality, environmental protection, and consumer safety legislation helped transform business and business education.
A childhood defined by escaping Castro's Cuba, and a long, fulfilling career in accounting has taught Del Alamo "being grateful and generous" is one life's most important lessons.
Learning the "why" behind the figures led Johnson to extend her business expertise and greater career development.
As Prociv makes her mark in advertising, she continues to nurture her Hokie connections.
The degree program is a partnership between Pamplin and the College of Engineering and was also ranked No. 2 last year.
At #16 in the nation, this ranking "puts us among the top 10 part-time MBA programs at public schools," said Robert Sumichrast.
A $5 million joint commitment from alumni Ted Hanson, Brian Callaghan, Edwin "Win" Sheridan, and Jeffrey Veatch will fund the Apex Systems Center for Entrepreneurship.
Donald Kohn, former vice chair of the Federal Reserve, and Tracy Mendez Eagar (MKTG '81), vice president at Xerox, spoke at Pamplin in 2014.