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News and Announcements
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.
The Psychology Department’s Fourth Annual Research Symposium will be held on Dec. 6.
Psychology doctoral students at Radford University are working on a positive community intervention program called “Messages of Hope.”
Radford Alumnus Michael Love was published in the fall 2016 issue of the “Journal of Rural Mental Health” (JRMH).
Psychology doctoral candidate Lara Barbir was published in the “Positive Psychology: Theory and Application” summer 2016 issue.
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.
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.
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.
Apryl Alexander M.S. ’07 will give a presentation on psychology’s utility as a tool in reshaping policy and discourse about juvenile justice.