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Fall semester 2019 classes began at Radford University on Aug. 26.
Economics courses not only increase students’ knowledge of the subject, but also improve their analytical skills and problem-solving abilities, according to a recent study by Radford University Economics Professor Seife Dendir, Ph.D.
The Radford University Economics Teachers conference is designed to provide Virginia middle and high school business, economics and personal finance teachers an opportunity to explore topics in economic theory that are essential for students to learn before they enter college or and the workforce.
Greg Capps ’19 never thought he would attend college growing up. He ended up the top scholar for both economics and philosophy for the 2018-2019 academic year and is attending law school this fall.
Radford University Assistant Professor of Marketing Jane Machin, Ph.D., is lead author of “Coping with Stress in Real Estate,” an article published in the June 2019 edition of the Keller Center Research Report.
A fashion maven since nearly birth, Michelle Saltzman ’19 began working in gown shops and boutiques on Long Island, New York, when she was 16, fitting women into dresses, gowns, rompers or whatever their special occasion called for. Now, Michelle owns a pop-up boutique and takes her store to her customers.
Radford University’s Department of Economics is offering its third annual Economics Teachers Conference July 25-26 at Kyle Hall, home of the university’s Davis College of Business and Economics.
Highlander pride was on full display during Radford University’s Spring 2019 Commencement Weekend.
Radford University kicked off its Spring Commencement week May 6 with a ceremony to confer degrees upon student-athletes who will be unable to participate in the Class of 2019 main commencement ceremony.