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Before his retirement in December, Bruce Chase, Ph.D., CPA, taught accounting at Radford University for nearly 30 years. He also founded numerous important initiatives for the business college, such as the Governmental and Nonprofit Assistance Center, the Virginia Government Finance Officers/Radford University Certificate Program and the student employment exposition known as Firm Night.
Six business students who will graduate this month received acknowledgment at the Davis College of Business and Economics Honors Ceremony, held Dec. 1.
Sponsored by the Department of Accounting, Finance and Business Law, Firm Night is an annual networking event that gives students an opportunity to meet and communicate with representatives from accounting, business and finance firms.
Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics has reimagined its interdisciplinary entrepreneurship minor to provide students with the skill sets needed to effectively create and manage business opportunities across all academic disciplines.
Radford University Davis College of Business and Economics faculty members Feifei Zhu, Ph.D., and Clarence Rose, Ph.D., received the Best-in-Track Award for Real Estate from the 2020 Academy of Finance Conference.
If you have an associate degree or earned college credits and are exploring options for completing a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics offers an online degree completion program that provides the skills needed to thrive in today’s rapidly changing global business environment.
“Dr. Roybark represents everything that is good about Radford University,” wrote a colleague when recommending the accounting professor for the Dalton Eminent Scholar Award.