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Biology professor Karen Powers, Ph.D., and dozens of her students have been busy researching an issue that is occurring on college campuses nationwide. Every year, a billion birds are killed by window collisions, the No. 2 cause of bird deaths in the United States. Cats come in first, no surprise.
Located on the third floor of Curie Hall, the Inorganic Chemistry Research Lab houses an array of specialized equipment students are not usually exposed to as undergraduates.
Radford University and NCI Information Systems, Inc., have established an agreement to build a collaborative and close working relationship that will further the goals and initiatives of both NCI and Radford students and faculty through joint academic, education and project-execution activities.
Assistant professor of organic chemistry Amy Balija, Ph.D., has accepted the position of chair of the Women Chemists Committee (WCC) of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
Radford University has announced the recipients of the prestigious 2020 Dalton Eminent Scholar Award. The annual awards provide faculty members opportunities to go above and beyond in their chosen academic fields.
An article in a popular and respected mathematics research journal touted 25 ways in which statisticians could misinterpret the definition of p-value. Miodrag Lovric, Ph. D., a career statistician and teacher with an astute sense of finding inaccuracies in statistics found the conceptual error in the author’s definition and challenged students in his summer statistics course to do the same.
Radford professor of mathematics leads team of researchers in publishing timely arguments concerning math instruction »
A special issue of “Research in Mathematics Education” delves into the important and timely matter of mathematics teachers’ knowledge and measurements in place to determine the quality of math instruction in schools. Guiding the project from an editorial position was Radford University Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Agida Manizade, Ph.D.
Could painting asphalt parking spaces white curb the warming of the Earth’s atmosphere? A group of Radford University students is about to find out.
A new program supporting student success, enrollment and retention is available now for new students at Radford University in the Artis College of Science and Technology.