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  1. CSAT appoints Anderson as Biology Department Chair »

    8/23/2016

    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).

  2. Geospatial Science professor featured on radio program »

    7/29/2016

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

  3. Biology faculty member takes to the airwaves to discuss her research  »

    7/29/2016

    Biology Assistant Professor Sara O'Brien will appear on the With Good Reason radio program to discuss her research of synthetic hormones.

  4. Summer Bridge provides rich and inspiring experience for aspiring women scientists  »

    7/20/2016

    There was no fishing from the Summer Bridge or dangling one’s feet into the drifting current on a warm sunny day.

  5. Summer Bridge program highlighted in multiple news outlets »

    7/14/2016

    The positive impact of the Summer Bridge program, hosted at Radford University, has recently been profiled in The Roanoke Times and WDBJ Channel 7.

  6. NSA/DHS certification puts Radford among cyber security elite  »

    7/5/2016

    Radford University has been designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

  7. RU hosts Summer Bridge for week of intense science and technology exploration »

    6/28/2016

    High school-aged women from across Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic region will explore science and technology July 10-15 at the Summer Bridge Program, hosted by Radford University’s College of Science and Technology.

  8. Radford alum earns honor as prestigious Pew Scholar  »

    6/27/2016

    The Pew Charitable Trust named Donita Brady ‘03 a 2016 Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences.

  9. RU research team explores science and the jungle  »

    5/31/2016

    Sixteen undergraduate student researchers from Radford University have convened the Radford Amazon Research Expedition.

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