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News and Events
During the annual awards ceremony, the School of Communication honored students and faculty on April 13 in the Bonnie Auditorium.
Over spring break, professors and students in the Department of Psychology traveled to the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) conference to present research in Charleston, SC.
Radford University will introduce in the fall 2018 semester the Highlander Research Rookies Program, an initiative designed to provide select freshmen and sophomores an opportunity to collaborate on research projects with the university’s faculty.
In a unique collaboration, ‘Shawn Smith, assistant professor of criminal justice, and West Bowers, associate professor of media studies, presented the opportunity to graduate students to produce and create a three-episode podcast series focusing on policy and justice in the United States.
A wounded warrior and his family were the focus of almost 200 students and faculty during the two sessions of the Waldron College of Health and Human Services’ (WCHHS) Interprofessional Education and Practice Symposium on Nov. 3.
Master of Fine Arts candidate Joel Gibbs had two pieces of his art accepted into the annual FL3TCH3R Exhibition: Social and Politically Engaged Art, on display at East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum Oct. 9 to Dec. 15.
Three children will trick or treat in style thanks to teams of graduate students from the Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy and Communication Sciences and Disorders Departments.
Two faculty from Radford University’s Department of Communication Science and Disorders (COSD) presented at the Southeast University Clinical Education Conference (SEUCE) in Athens, Georgia recently.
Radford University's IMPACT program was awarded a historic three-year, $13.8 million grant by the U.S. Department of Education’s Supporting Effective Educator Development Grant Program. The grant began on Oct. 1 and runs through Sept. 30, 2020 and is the largest grant in the history of Radford University and boosts Radford’s annual grant funding by more than 50 percent in the first fiscal year.
The College of Graduate Studies and Research announced a fall 2017 enrollment increase of 5.5 percent over the previous academic year and a 15.9 percent increase since fall 2015.