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  • Real-estate developers and brokers are increasingly using food festivals, private dinner parties and other epicurean events to sell high-end homes. The affluent tend to be food enthusiasts with cosmopolitan tastes, they say. Food festivals in particular, which bring together communities, tap into a need for social affiliation that helps sell homes.

    Joseph M. Sirgy
    Joseph M. Sirgy Virginia Tech Real Estate Professor, Marketing
  • "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
  • 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


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

Students who work at the Inn at Virginia Tech. Ashley Laughon (student) with Laurie Bond (red jacket) with whom she works in the sales office.

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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