This week in Highlanders in the News: Geology professors Skip Watts and Beth McClellan help local news plumb the depths of Mountain Lake; Marty Smith ’98 has Heisman-centric plans this weekend; Kwabena Osei-Sarpong ’05 helps take care of business; and Amherst County taps longtime firefighter Brad Beam ’21 as its new director of public safety.
Intelligent.com rates Radford among state's best online colleges, cites accelerated degree programs »
The higher education resource guide has ranked Radford University in the upper end of its recent list, "Best Online Colleges in Virginia 2023." The site also gave Radford its award for Best Accelerated Degrees.
The esteemed financial publication included the Davis College of Business and Economics' program on the upper-end of its 2023 listings of the country's top part-time MBA programs.
On Oct. 27, during the fall conference of the Virginia Governor’s Finance Officers Association, the organization presented Bruce Chase, Ph.D., CPA, with a special award “in recognition of dedicated service to Radford University GNAC and support to the VGFOA.”
This week in Highlanders in the News: Students in downtown Roanoke pick up STEAM for career exploration; the Highlander hotel nears its finish line; and Forbes magazine trades Qs for As with wealth manager Stephan Cassaday ’76.
Radford University’s student-led Geohazards and Unmanned Systems Research Center is reaching new heights in engagement, research and community outreach.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Musician and “Jazz Inspired” radio host Judy Carmichael passes the mic to WVRU-FM General Manager Ashlee Claud for a show-anniversary interview; WDBJ7 drops in on the Esports Center in Cook Hall; and Professor of Biology Karen Powers, Ph.D., heralds the return of the Allegheny woodrat.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Friends, fans and former colleagues pay tribute to Radford University’s first athletic director and men’s basketball coach, Chuck Taylor; several overviews of the Sept. 30 inauguration of President Bret Danilowicz; and coach and pianist Erica Sipes unveils a grand performance.