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Radford University announced the first faculty appointments to the Academic Leadership Fellows (AL Fellows) program on Sept. 3.
Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics honored students, faculty and alumni during its annual spring Honors Banquet, held virtually April 23, 2021.
Assistant Professor of Marketing Pam Richardson-Greenfield’s “retail scavenger hunt” gives her students an opportunity to learn about marketing just by walking through and carefully observing the aisles of a grocery store.
U.S. News & World Report lists Davis College of Business and Economics MBA program in its 2022 Best Graduate Schools rankings »
U.S. News & World Report has listed the Davis College of Business and Economics’ Part-time Master of Business Administration (MBA) program in its 2022 Best Part-time MBA rankings.
Trust is often viewed as an asset. “But, the idea of zero trust flips it all around,” says Zachary Collier, Ph.D., an assistant professor of management in the Davis College of Business and Economics. “So, you take a guilty-until-proven-innocent-approach to your partnerships.”
Shocked and a little speechless. That was Alana Hodge’s initial reaction when she learned her score on the 2020 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) State Championships Fall Qualifier exams was the highest among test-takers in Virginia.
Two Radford University undergraduate finance degree programs have been welcomed into the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute University Affiliation Program.
Radford University has been named a 2021 Top Adult Degree Program institution by Abound, a college guidance system for degree-seeking adults.
Radford University associate professor of marketing Jane Machin, Ph.D., is the author of a chapter in a new book exploring the role of design thinking to improve food well-being and reduce food insecurity on college campuses.