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Pamplin College of Business announces Outstanding Graduating Senior award recipient


   

Tatiana Mishina Tatiana Mishina

BLACKSBURG, Va., April 30, 2008 – Virginia Tech has named Tatiana Mishina, a resident of Pilot, Va., as the Outstanding Graduating Senior in the Pamplin College of Business for the 2007-2008 academic year.

Mishina is expected to receive a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting in the Pamplin College of Business with a minor in Russian language in May 2008. She is a University Honors student who has served as a teaching assistant, a team co-leader for the Business Horizons Career Fair and assumed leadership roles with Pi Sigma Epsilon and Virginia Tech’s Residence Hall Federation.

Outside the university Mishina has completed internships with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst and Young, and Comprehensive Computer Solutions. She has also volunteered to participate in The Big Event and Big Brothers Big Sisters.

The Outstanding Senior Awards are presented at the Student Honors Day Banquet each spring. These awards are co-sponsored by the Virginia Tech Alumni Association and the senior class.

The purpose of the award is to recognize outstanding student performance in each college of the university. Students are selected on the basis of their quality credit average (3.4 or higher on a 4.0 scale) and outstanding performance in several or all of the following areas: academic achievement, extracurricular activities, leadership positions, and contributions of service to the university and/or community.

Virginia Tech’s nationally ranked Pamplin College of Business offers undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting and information systems, business information technology, economics, finance, hospitality and tourism management, management, and marketing. The college emphasizes the development of ethical values and leadership, technology, and international business skills. A member of its marketing faculty directs the interdisciplinary Sloan Foundation Forest Industries Center at Virginia Tech. The college’s other centers focus on business leadership, business diversity, electronic commerce, organizational performance, and services innovation. The college, committed to serving business and society through the expertise of its faculty, alumni, and students, is named in honor of Robert B. Pamplin (Class of 1933), the former CEO of Georgia-Pacific, and his son, businessman and philanthropist Robert B. Pamplin Jr. (Class of 1964). Virginia Tech, the most comprehensive university in Virginia, is dedicated to quality, innovation, and results to the commonwealth, the nation, and the world.

Founded in 1872 as a land-grant college, Virginia Tech is the most comprehensive university in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is among the top research universities in the nation. Today, Virginia Tech’s eight colleges are dedicated to quality, innovation, and results through teaching, research, and outreach activities. At its 2,600-acre main campus located in Blacksburg and other campus centers in Northern Virginia, Southwest Virginia, Hampton Roads, Richmond, Southside, and Roanoke, Virginia Tech enrolls more than 28,000 undergraduate and graduate students from all 50 states and more than 100 countries in 180 academic degree programs.

Written by Stephanie Haugen-Ray.