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Radford University encourages you to explore your interests in the classroom, on campus, and in the beautiful outdoors. From fashion design to cybersecurity, from managing a stock portfolio to archaeological digs, and from clinical work with patients to a real-world ambulance simulator - you have opportunities to grow and learn in a forward-thinking, close-knit environment.
It's a Highlander Life
Radford University is one of the best online colleges in Virginia, according to Forbes.com.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Newly minted Toronto Blue Jay Spencer Horwitz ’19 knocks out a major league home run (literally); marketing junior Dean Lockley participates in “a true community effort” in Charlottesville, Virginia; and artist Gina Louthian-Stanley, M.S. ’07, is at the center of a new exhibition in Roanoke while preparing to discuss her work at a presentation later this month.
Every two weeks, Highlander Highlights shares with readers some of the extraordinary research and accomplishments happening on and off campus through the tireless work and curiosity of our students and faculty.
Getting the opportunity to work toward solutions to some of the world’s most complex problems is not new to Radford University students, but having the chance to present their research before an international audience is. In late September, five Radford students will speak about their work on wicked problems at a conference in Lisbon, Portugal.
Unknown mammals are hiding in plain sight, according to a study from a group of researchers that included Radford University Assistant Professor of Biology Tara Pelletier. Hear Pelletier and other Radford faculty share their expertise on a variety of topics on the With Good Reason public radio program.
Professor of Mathematics Education Agida Manizade is the leading editor and co-author of the newly published open-access book “The Evolution of Research on Teaching Mathematics: International Perspectives in the Digital Era.”