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  1. Radford Science & Technology Facility $34M Renovation Planning Approved, Will Advance STEM, Cyber Education and Innovation »


    Radford University's College of Science and Technology (CSAT) recently received exciting news that a nearly $34 million renovation approved for funding in the 2016 bond package has been authorized to proceed with planning.

  2. CSAT honors generous supporters during the Center for the Sciences ribbon cutting »


    After the ribbon was cut on the College of Science and Technology’s new Center for the Sciences, Dean Orion Rogers honored those who have named spaces in the building through financial support.

  3. Center for the Sciences grand opening a scientific spectacle  »


    Radford University formally celebrated the opening of the new Center for the Sciences on Oct. 14.

  4. Geology students to present original research at Denver meeting »


    Six Radford University students are heading to Denver, Colorado, on Sept. 24 to present original research at the annual Geological Society of America Meeting.

  5. Gov. McAuliffe announces creation of Virginia Cyber Range »


    Radford University is partnering in a statewide initiative to develop the workforce needed to keep data and systems safe from cyber threats.

  6. New planetarium takes viewers on stellar experience »


    Planetarium shows will begin airing in the facility on Tuesday, Sept. 20 and will continue every Tuesday/Thursday evening and Saturday morning.

  7. Computer Science, Information Systems and Web Development reaccredited »


    Radford University’s Computer Science, Information Systems and Web Development concentrations in the Computer Science and Technology and Information Science and Systems degree programs have received reaccreditation.

  8. CSAT appoints Anderson as Biology Department Chair »


    Associate Professor of Biology Justin Anderson has been appointed chair of the Department of Biology in Radford University's College of Science and Technology (CSAT).

  9. Geospatial Science professor featured on radio program »


    Radford University professor Stockton Maxwell will be featured in an upcoming radio broadcast of "With Good Reason."

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