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News and Announcements

  1. Former Psy.D. student, professor among those published »

    3/22/2017

    Radford University Professor of Psychology Sarah Hastings urges students to think about where they want to be - including desired career and locality - five years to a decade down the line.

  2. Fourth annual psychology symposium hosted by Psychology Department  »

    12/5/2016

    The Psychology Department’s Fourth Annual Research Symposium will be held on Dec. 6.

  3. Psy.D. students send ‘Messages of Hope’ »

    11/4/2016

    Psychology doctoral students at Radford University are working on a positive community intervention program called “Messages of Hope.”

  4. Radford alumnus published »

    9/28/2016

    Radford Alumnus Michael Love was published in the fall 2016 issue of the “Journal of Rural Mental Health” (JRMH).

  5. Spotlight: Doctoral student published in newsletter »

    9/1/2016

    Psychology doctoral candidate Lara Barbir was published in the “Positive Psychology: Theory and Application” summer 2016 issue.

  6. Grant will fund doctoral opportunities for education and community counseling »

    6/21/2016

    Radford University’s Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) students will now have more opportunities to work in integrated care settings in Southwest Virginia, thanks to a Health Resources and Services Administration grant.

  7. Psychology graduate students impress at regional research conference »

    5/10/2016

    Two students from Radford University masters in counseling psychology program met with success when they brought their research to the Carolinas Psychology Conference (CPC) on April 16.

  8. Scholar-Citizen Olivia Thompson found her calling at Radford University »

    4/28/2016

    Olivia Thompson, the first student to join Radford University’s Scholar-Citizen Initiative, will graduate at the 2016 Spring Commencement Ceremony. This is her story.

  9. Psychology alumna returns to discuss reform and advocacy in the juvenile justice system »

    4/20/2016

    Apryl Alexander M.S. ’07 will give a presentation on psychology’s utility as a tool in reshaping policy and discourse about juvenile justice.

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