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  1. Radford University is hosting Women's Entrepreneurship Week »

    10/16/2018

    Radford University is hosting Women’s Entrepreneurship Week, an international event that involves more than 160 different universities around the globe.

  2. Radford University biology student featured in ‘American Scientist’ magazine »

    9/18/2018

    The work of Conner Philson, a senior majoring in biology, is featured in the magazine “American Scientist,” focusing on primate research.

     

  3. Chemistry faculty participate in unique research and enrichment experiences »

    9/17/2018

    Radford University Department of Chemistry faculty members traveled the nation over the summer pursuing opportunities for research and professional enrichment.

     

  4. Public radio program features chemistry faculty member discussing research into easing side effects of harsh chemotherapy drug  »

    8/18/2018

    Associate Professor of Chemistry Kim Lane is appearing this week on the With Good Reason public radio program to speak about how she and a team of student researchers at the university are exploring ways to ease the side effects of a potent chemotherapy drug used against colon cancer.

  5. Students reflect on ‘RARE’ experience »

    7/30/2018

    Several Radford University students and faculty emerged from the Amazon rainforest this summer enlightened and eager to share their life-changing experiences.

  6. Summer Bridge sparks scientific curiosity in young female scholars »

    7/27/2018

    The university’s Artis College of Science and Technology (ACSAT) hosted the annual Summer Bridge Program from July 15-20 for female sophomore, junior and senior high school students.

  7. Students to study dendrochronology in Wyoming »

    7/12/2018

    Department of Geospatial Science Associate Professor Stockton Maxwell and three students are heading to the North American Dendroecological Fieldweek (NADEF) later this month.

  8. Math professor leads group on cryptic adventure  »

    7/11/2018

    Math Professor Neil Sigmon led Radford University students on a cryptic adventure to Washington D.C. and England this summer.

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