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“Dr. Roybark represents everything that is good about Radford University,” wrote a colleague when recommending the accounting professor for the Dalton Eminent Scholar Award.
Radford University’s Student Managed Investment Portfolio Organization (SMIPO) has pushed its small mid-cap value fund portfolio past the $2 million mark.
Winners of the 2019 BB&T Davis College of Business and Economics Innovation Challenge were announced at the event’s finale December 7.
At the 2019 Winter Commencement on December 14, 2019, Radford University conferred degrees upon 562 undergraduate students and officially welcomed its newest group of Highlander alumni.
Built on the successful tradition of already-established research events, the inaugural Winter CARD program gave students an opportunity in early December to share their work and research with fellow students, as well as faculty and staff.
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.
Radford University and Shelor Motor Mile collaborate to expand access to education and jobs in the New River Valley »
Through the generous support of Shelor Motor Mile, Inc., Radford University proudly announced a new program available to Highlander students seeking internships and employment in the New River Valley.
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.