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The College of Business and Economics celebrated the remarkable accomplishments of its students with a ceremony April 25 in Kyle Hall.
Radford University conferred degrees on 1,887 undergraduate and graduate students at its spring commencement ceremonies May 4-5, culminating with the undergraduate ceremony on Moffett Lawn.
Two Radford University faculty used information from a well-known case from nearly 40 years ago to build an innovative mock trial course this semester for criminal justice and business students.
Radford University’s College of Business and Economics inducted 23 new student members into Beta Gamma Sigma honor society in an April 25 ceremony at Kyle Hall.
Before the umpire dusted off home plate and yelled “Play ball,” the College of Business and Education welcomed its students, faculty, staff and alumni to a beautiful, sunny-and-75-degree day at the ballpark for its third annual COBE Night.
Atlas Society founder and chief intellectual officer David Kelley delivered the keynote address April 18 at the College of Business and Economics COBE BB&T Global Capitalism Lecture Series Luncheon.
Like spring flowers, hundreds of presentations popped up across campus the week of April 17 during Radford University's Student Engagement Forum.
COBE alumnus Jeffrey Burkett ’93 served as the college’s executive in residence for a day, speaking with students and faculty about his role as an advertising executive.
The April 18-20 event, sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (OURS), will feature the work of more than 400 students representing a wide variety of fields.
Radford University students Michael Harris, Sameh Khayat, Amanuel Dereb and Andualem Wordofa were winners at the Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference April 1.