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Radford University’s Cliff and Donna Boyd, co-directors of the RU Forensic Science Institute, were presented with honorary membership into the Virginia Forensic Science Academy (VFSA).
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.
As an enhancement to a student’s academic experience, international study is a valuable investment with real benefits.
Radford University Geology Professor Skip Watts, Lab Coordinator George Stephenson and teams of geology undergraduate and graduate students have long been investigating the case of the disappearing Mountain Lake.
For hundreds of Radford University students, the first Career PREP Conference was an important first step in netting the career of their dreams.
Scientific mystery and imagination merge as the Radford University Planetarium reopens for the 2015 academic year.
RU CSAT, EQT Foundation and Project Discovery team up to build bridge for young women’s science aspirations »
To help young women attend the 2016 Summer Bridge Program at Radford University, the EQT Foundation has awarded Project Discovery of Virginia a grant of nearly $16,000.
A cadre of law enforcement officers joined Donna and Cliff Boyd of the Radford University Forensic Science institute (RUFSI) Aug. 10-11 at the Selu Conservancy for an advanced field and lab training in forensic anthropology and archaeology.
Beneath the Athenian trees, Plato hosted the original academy. Beneath the Amazonian trees of the Peruvian jungle, 13 undergraduate student researchers from Radford University convened the Radford Amazon Research Expedition (RARE), an intensive three-week Maymester academic adventure.