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2019 Academic Advising Conference

The 2019 Academic Advising Conference is coming up on Feb. 14! Please visit the conference page for additional information and to register today!

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Advising Awards

Radford University is proud to introduce the first annual Academic Advising Awards, to be presented at the Radford University Academic Advising Conference on February 14, 2019.  

The Donna Dunn Advising Technology Innovation Award

The Advising Technology Innovation Award recognize the most creative and unique uses of technology that support academic advising. Electronic tools used to support and enhance advising can include advising web sites, databases, electronic portfolios, software applications, and other forms of technology.

Outstanding Advising Award – Professional Advisor

Individuals whose primary role at the institution is the direct delivery of advising services to students. Nominees must spend at least 50% of their time on direct delivery of advising to students.

Pacesetter Award

The Pacesetter Award recognizes campus partners (excludes professional advisors), who exemplify a commitment to academic advising and are true advocates for advising, students, and advisors across the institution.  

Nominate someone today!

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Academic advising at Radford University supports students so that they might succeed in their pursuit of undergraduate degrees, their achievement of productive and satisfying careers, and their attainment of life goals. While course selection and registration are important aspects of advising, Radford University endorses a developmental approach, in which students are assisted in obtaining knowledge and developing skills that help them better understand themselves and their potential.

Read more about Academic Advising at Radford University.

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  1. Radford University holds graduation ceremony for student-athletes  »

    5/13/2019

    Radford University kicked off its Spring Commencement week May 6 with a ceremony to confer degrees upon student-athletes who will be unable to participate in the Class of 2019 main commencement ceremony.

  2. Dispatch simulator allows criminal justice students to gain professional experience »

    5/7/2019

    Students in Radford University’s criminal justice program have the opportunity to practice being a 9-1-1 dispatcher using the same equipment that is used to train professional dispatchers.

  3. Sophomores reflect and celebrate at Halfway There Celebration »

    5/6/2019

    More than 240 sophomore students attended the annual Halfway There Celebration on April 8.

     

  4. Morgan Johnson and an invaluable internship »

    5/6/2019

    Morgan Johnson joined the Radford family as a transfer student. Originally from the Hampton Roads, Virginia area, moving away from home was both challenging, but also an exciting endeavor.

  5. Hattie M. Strong Scholarship awarded to education students »

    5/3/2019

    Six students in Radford University’s College of Education and Human Development teacher preparation program have each been awarded $5,000 scholarships from the Hattie M. Strong Foundation.

  6. Model UN participates in Southern Regional Model United Nations, wins awards »

    5/3/2019

    Five members of Radford University’s Model United Nations (Model UN) Club traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina, to participate in the Southern Regional Model United Nations in late March.

  7. Students experience soot and ash in arson investigation exercise »

    5/3/2019

    Students at Radford University entered the aftermath of raging fire as they took part in a unique arson investigation exercise.

  8. Annual Employee Service Luncheon celebrates Radford University faculty and staff »

    5/3/2019

    Radford University recognized more than 200 employees, representing more than 2,000 years of combined service to the University on April 11, 2019 at the annual Employee Service Awards Luncheon in Muse Hall.

  9. Deputy Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Virginia visits for Prelaw Society event »

    5/3/2019

    The Prelaw Society at Radford University hosted Victoria N. Pearson, deputy attorney general for the Commonwealth of Virginia, who spoke with prospective law students at Radford University on April 18 in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences.