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Six business students who will graduate this month received acknowledgment at the Davis College of Business and Economics Honors Ceremony, held Dec. 1.
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.”
Since the dawn of the internet, web users have raised questions about who is responsible for a website’s third-party content. The enormous amount of online text makes it unfeasible for a team of readers to examine. The solution, says Radford University Assistant Professor of Management Richard Gruss, Ph.D., is a solid working relationship between humans and machines.
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.
Davis College of Business and Economics provides grants to Radford University faculty for interdisciplinary course development in social and ethical leadership »
Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics recently awarded grants to four University faculty members for the purpose of developing and offering interdisciplinary courses geared toward social and ethical leadership.
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.
Radford University’s Student Managed Investment Portfolio Organization (SMIPO) has pushed its small mid-cap value fund portfolio past the $2 million mark.
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.
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.