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Spring 2019 Notables

Pamplin Dean Robert Sumichrast acknowledges his pride and excitement in the Pamplin community of alumni, friends, faculty members, staff, and students.

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

A collaboration between Pamplin and the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences received a $178,000 federal grant to develop an international business education program focused on East Asia.

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

Fall 2018 Notables

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.

According to the U.S. News & World Report, Pamplin's master of information technology is ranked second among national programs.

Virginia Tech has received major support for its proposed Global Business and Analytics Complex from its alumni at Deloitte and the Deloitte Foundation through a $3 million campaign. The campaign — spearheaded with contributions from alumni partners, principals, managing directors, and other Deloitte Hokies coupled with

The J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation gives Virginia Tech’s proposed Global Business and Analytics Complex a $2.1 million grant.

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