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News and Events
Students from Blacksburg High School joined together with the Davis College of Business and Economics for a day of learning, insight and inspiration. Dressed in attire fit for young professionals, the class of ten was right at home with the students, faculty and staff during their November 12, 2019 visit.
U.S. Congressman Morgan Griffith served as guest speaker Nov. 7 at the Davis College Business and Economics Global Capitalism Lecture Series, sponsored by BB&T.
Radford University students and faculty members convened Oct. 16 for a World Food Day panel discussion that examined an important issue that touches significant portions of the world’s population: The role diet and nutrition play in achieving zero hunger.
The MBA accelerated program is open to all Radford University undergraduate students to get a head start on graduate courses. Students whose GPA meets requirements may take one to four MBA graduate courses during their undergraduate studies.
College Consensus ranks Radford University No. 14 on its recently-released list of Best Online MBA Programs with a Business Analytics Focus.
The BB&T Radford University Davis College Innovation Challenge has established a reputation on campus and in the community for providing a platform for students from all majors to identify market opportunities and design novel solutions to meet those needs.
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’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.