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Radford University can chalk up another accolade thanks to an appearance on The Economist's first-ever college ranking, where it was listed as one of the 10 most valuable educations in Virginia.
COBE faculty members Dan Davidson and Danylle Kunkel will speak about their research into workplace incivility this week on the With Good Reason public radio program.
Associate Professor of Biology Jason Davis has been named associate director of Radford University’s Honors Academy.
Radford University's College of Business and Economics kicked off the second year of its popular Executive in Residence program with Amy Nisenson, executive director of The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation, visiting and speaking with the college's faculty and staff.
Brady J. Deaton, chancellor emeritus at the University of Missouri, addressed the resilience of global capitalism in a lecture Oct. 7 at Radford University's College of Business and Economics (COBE) building.
Radford University's College of Business and Economics (COBE) has been named one of the best business schools in the United States by The Princeton Review.
Director of Appalachian Regional and Rural Studies Center Theresa Burriss, Department of Geospatial Science Chair Rick Roth, and Department of Biology Chair Christine Small will represent the United States as delegates to an international mountain conference in Brasov, Romania at Transylvania University Oct. 5-9.
The Radford University chapter of Delta Sigma Pi has been recognized as a Chapter of Excellence by the professional business fraternity.
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.