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The first lecture of the Spring 2016 Museum of Earth Sciences (MES) Lecture Series on Feb. 2 in the Bonnie Auditorium featured Madeline Schreiber, professor of geosciences at Virginia Tech, who described the contribution of science to helping recover from an environmental crisis.
Radford University has been named a Make School by the Make School Alliance.
To ring in their new year, 14 Radford University students gave talks or presented posters at the annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) January 3-7 in Portland.
Hours before the winning numbers were announced for the record $1.5 billion Powerball jackpot, two Radford University faculty members spoke with media about the astronomical odds of winning and the unique financial responsibilities that accompany so much money.
Radford University’s Sara O’Brien, assistant professor of biology, has won the Council on Undergraduate Research Division of Biology Early Career Mentoring Award.
An overflow crowd of Radford University students explored the opportunities presented by undergraduate research and internship experience at the 2015 Summer Research Opportunities Student Panel on Dec. 3 in Heth Hall.
The celestial origins of the legends and celebrations surrounding the Christmas holidays are explored in Tis the Season, the Radford University Planetarium’s traditional holiday offering.
Radford University was represented at Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s Commonwealth Conference on Cyber and Education 2015 Conference at Northern Virginia Community College on Dec. 2.
On Nov. 7, Radford University and the City of Radford schools hosted the second BattleBots competition in which high school and middle school students got creative with robots they built to battle for supremacy.