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News and Events
Jamie Webster ’98, a senior director at the Boston Consultant Group Center for Energy Impact delivered the keynote address Nov. 3 at the College of Business and Economics BB&T Global Capitalism Lecture Series Luncheon.
Andrew Young, director of graduate students and a research fellow at the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech University, will speak about “The Medieval Constitution of Liberty,” on Nov. 1 at Radford University.
COBE’s Center for Innovation and Analytics provides skill training for powerful analytics software »
Through the efforts of the Division of Analytics within its Center for Innovation and Analytics, Radford University’s College of Business and Economics is providing students, faculty and staff with access to some of the most powerful analytics software available.
Senior economics major Chris Boggs spent the summer interning in the Office of Administration in the White House Information Technology department.
Radford University's Department of Economics hosted its inaugural Economics Teachers Conference in August for secondary teachers to explore key topics in economic theory that are essential for students to learn before they enter college.
Radford University’s Department of Economics is offering its inaugural Economics Teachers Conference Aug. 16-17 at Kyle Hall, home of the university’s College of Business and Economics.
Radford University economics major Michael Harris placed in the top 10 among competitors at a Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference competition held June 23-27 in Anaheim, California.
Radford University Marketing Associate Professor Gary Schirr has been named Director of Graduate and Special Programs for the university’s College of Business and Economics.
Economics Assistant Professor Dan Farhat uses vampires and agent-based modeling to spark a greater interest in the study of economics.
The College of Business and Economics celebrated the remarkable accomplishments of its students with a ceremony April 25 in Kyle Hall.