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Radford University Assistant Professor of Economics Thomas Duncan was part of a group who received the honor of Best Paper in the Journal of Private Enterprise.
Radford University students enrolled in Iain Clelland's Managing New Venture Creation (MGNT 450) class took on a unique and interesting challenge this semester: Designing and then building a mechanical, prosthetic hand from a 3D printer.
Radford University's College of Business and Economics celebrated the extraordinary achievements of its students April 22 with back-to-back ceremonies in the COBE Building.
Ann Cudd a distinguished professor of philosophy at the University of Kansas (KU), explored in a lecture at Radford University March 30 the pros and cons of capitalism and its overall influences on the lives of women around the world.
Radford University alumnus Steve Cassaday '76 made a bold statement minutes into his talk with College of Business and Economics (COBE) students.
Is capitalism good for women? Ann Cudd, a distinguished professor of philosophy at the University of Kansas, will address the topic at the College of Business and Economics Global Capitalism Distinguished Speaker Series on March 30.
Radford University alumna Dale Parris had a few important messages for College of Business and Economics students during her time last week as COBE's latest executive in residence.
Radford University's College of Business and Economics (COBE) is welcoming Dale Parris, vice president Roanoke Gas Company, to campus this month as part of the college's Executive in Residence program.
Anthony Cortese, president of Second Nature, will be a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow at Radford University March 23-25.
Back and forth they went across the Atlantic Ocean. Sales pitches. Dialogue. Discussions. Negotiations.