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Radford University second-year Professional MBA student Deb Saunders recently published an article about her company's risk management strategies.
The Radford University Career Center, Alumni Relations and the College of Business and Economics joined forces this Wintermester to offer the new COBE 190: Experience D.C. course.
Radford University's College of Business and Economics (COBE) is resuming its popular Executive in Residence program in early February with a visit from a recognized leader in the government and nonprofit financial fields.
Radford University Associate Professor of Finance Rodrigo Hernandez recently received the 2014 Academy of Economics and Finance Best Paper in Finance award.
Radford University Associate Marketing Professor Gary Schirr has been named by Brand Quarterly to its 2014 list of 50 Marketing Thought Leaders over 50.
Four Radford University economics majors participated in the College Fed Challenge, a competition for students to present their analyses of economic conditions and recommend an appropriate course for monetary policy.
In two distinct ceremonies on Nov. 19, Radford University's College of Business and Economics celebrated and honored the extraordinary achievements of its students.
David Tomala, senior director of advanced analytics at Express Scripts, Inc., visited Radford University Nov. 10-12 as the executive in residence for the university’s College of Business and Economics.
President Kyle recently visited two COBE classes, taught by Radford Mayor Bruce Brown, to field questions from students curious about current issues and happenings at the university.
The pre-event fliers and social media posts read "Fall in love with COBE." And to love COBE – that's the College of Business and Economics – Radford University students must first get to know COBE.