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  • Build your company with a team of equally committed people with complementary skill sets. Contrary to popular belief, entrepreneurship is more of a team sport than an individual effort. Find partners who have skills in areas where you are weak and learn how to argue well with others. -- "2016's Best Large Cities to Start a Business" WalletHub

    David M. Townsend
    David M. Townsend Union Junior Faculty in Entrpreneurship and Assistant Professor of Management
  • Across four studies in the areas of eating, spending, and studying, we find individuals distort their memories of past indulgences when faced with an opportunity to indulge, which in turn leads to greater levels of indulgence." "Battling for Balance"  Virginia Tech Business Magazine, Spring 2016

    Frank May
    Frank May Assistant Professor, Marketing
  • “Be curious. I’ve had the biggest impact when I’ve relentlessly asked why. No one ever made a big impact just doing what someone else told them. I’m not suggesting you be disrespectful — but be curious. --  Changing Landscapes Virginia Tech Business Magazine, Spring 2016

    Scott Wells
    Scott Wells Marketing '91, CEO of Clear Channel Outdoor Americas


Patrick Fan, Professor, Accounting & Information Systems, Pamplin College of Business, talking with students after teaching class

Accounting and Information Systems

Business Information Technology Showcase (BIT) in Pamplin Hall atrium.

Business Information Technology

Professor Janine Hiller teaching students in her class at Pamplin College of Business.

Finance, Insurance and Business Law

HTM Culinary Class, Wallace Hall, meat, kitchen, cook

Hospitality and Tourism Management

PhD in Management graduate students in seminar class and studying, Pamplin College of Business.


The Pamplin College of Business' second annual Kickoff Picnic welcomes back students, faculty and staff for the Fall semester in addition to welcoming new students with food, games, music and booths set up by student organizations.


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