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Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics presented student awards and inducted 21 student members into its Beta Gamma Sigma honor society chapter in ceremonies on Nov. 27 at Kyle Hall.
Cheryl L. Anderson of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) delivered the keynote address Nov. 5 at the Radford University Davis College of Business and Economics Global Capitalism Lecture Series sponsored by BB&T.
On the air: How a marketing faculty member challenged her students to create board games for children with dyslexia »
Assistant Marketing Professor Jane Machin will speak on the With Good Reason public radio program Nov. 10-16 about a project in which her students created board games for children with dyslexia.
Radford University’s Department of Economics held its annual World Food Day panel discussion Oct. 16, with two student presenters focusing on the possibility of a zero hunger world by the year 2030.
Women’s Entrepreneurship Week was designed to bring attention to entrepreneurial pursuits of women around the world.
Accounting Professor Helen Roybark continues to rank among the most prolific researchers and publishers in her field. Recently, the Davis College of Business and Economics faculty member was informed that she was in the top 10 most read authors whose work is published on the Social Science Research Network website.
Radford University is hosting Women’s Entrepreneurship Week, an international event that involves more than 160 different universities around the globe.
Economist Rosemarie Fike will speak about gender differences in economics rights and the consequences of limiting choices for women at the fall Economics is Everywhere lecture on Oct. 25.
It has long been asserted that China’s undervaluation of its yuan is the main cause of a rising U.S. trade deficit. However, Economics Professor Nozar Hashemzadeh writes in his latest published research that the United States’ “strong dollar policy” has created major obstacles in reducing the country’s trade deficit with China and the rest of the world.