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For the past three years, Nicholas Baity '14 has led a double life.
Radford University's Department of Occupational Therapy held a pinning ceremony Friday afternoon to honor the 23 students in its Master of Occupational Therapy program who will graduate at the university's Winter Commencement.
Radford University Associate Professor Jennifer Jones is the recipient of a 2015 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award, given by the State Council of Higher Education (SCHEV).
The Diversity, Equity and Action Committee (DEAC) welcomed prospective graduate students to campus to explore graduate opportunities at Radford University.
Three minutes! That's the amount of time 13 Radford University graduate students had to condense pages and pages of their research theses into a presentation for the 3 Minute Thesis competition.
Radford University’s first 3 Minute Thesis Competition will take place Nov. 12, in Heth 022 from 3 to 5 p.m.
Interdisciplinary Symposium builds teamwork across disciplines for tomorrow's clinicians, teachers and nurses »
A three-year-old child with special needs was the focus of nearly 200 students and faculty during the Waldron College of Health and Human Services' Interprofessional Education and Practice Symposium held in Heth Hall on Nov. 7
Heather Bowden, a Radford University Master of Social Work graduate student, brings unique and hard-earned experience with her to RU as she moves ahead with her career.
The Radford University Clinical Simulation Center (CSC) hosted an Open House on Oct. 21 to demonstrate the high-tech ways the School of Nursing trains regional nurses.
To transcend cultures and study international health care, Radford University Assistant Nursing Professors Linda Ely and Eunyoung Lee are leading a Spring 2015 course to study Chinese medicine, the Korean health care delivery system and how to treat patients or clients from other cultures.