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Radford University’s Student Managed Investment Portfolio Organization (SMIPO) earned the top fund ranking for the Value Fund Category – Undergraduate Division at the 2016 Global Asset Management Education Forum (GAME) in New York City.
Radford University’s MBA program has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report in the publication’s 2017 Best Business School part-time MBA rankings.
Radford University's Department of Economics is hosting a Monopoly tournament March 25 in Kyle Hall 340.
Monetary economics expert William J. Luther will speak about Bitcoin's prospects at the Economics is Everywhere lecture series at Radford University.
With the opening of the fall semester, Radford University will offer a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology, its first-ever multi-disciplinary graduate-level certificate.
Students enrolled in the College of Business and Economics' (COBE) fall semester entrepreneurship and innovation course faced an interesting task: wrestle with questions posed by MindSumo challenge.
The Radford University Board of Visitors adopted on Feb. 2 a resolution to name the university's College of Business and Economics (COBE) building after President Penelope Ward Kyle, J.D. The approval occurred during the Board's Feb. 1-2 meeting on campus.
Hours before the winning numbers were announced for the record $1.5 billion Powerball jackpot, two Radford University faculty members spoke with media about the astronomical odds of winning and the unique financial responsibilities that accompany so much money.
Radford University's College of Business and Economics celebrated the remarkable achievements of its students Nov. 17 with two ceremonies in the COBE Building.
More than 200 students competed last month in the COBE BB&T Innovation competition, a new endeavor by the college to spark creative and innovative thinking in the university’s student community.