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Accounting and finance majors attended Firm Night Sept. 17 to engage with professionals about potential internship opportunities, and soon-to-be-graduating seniors were looking to find employment.
Featuring ecophysiology, data science, forensic archeology and chemistry among other disciplines, the third annual Summer Research Celebration capped a focused summer experience for several Radford University undergraduates.
For hundreds of Radford University students, the first Career PREP Conference was an important first step in netting the career of their dreams.
COBE is offering an online course to help high school teachers get up to speed on teaching required personal finance courses.
Radford University student Bryan Yanchulis has been awarded a scholarship by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB).
If you've given any thought toward retirement and possibly delaying Social Security benefits, Clarence Rose’s latest paper on the topic is a must-read.
Radford University student Bryan Yanchulis has been awarded a scholarship by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
Radford University Assistant Professor of Economics Thomas Duncan was part of a group who received the honor of Best Paper in the Journal of Private Enterprise.
Radford University students enrolled in Iain Clelland's Managing New Venture Creation (MGNT 450) class took on a unique and interesting challenge this semester: Designing and then building a mechanical, prosthetic hand from a 3D printer.
Radford University's College of Business and Economics celebrated the extraordinary achievements of its students April 22 with back-to-back ceremonies in the COBE Building.