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Alumni Relations News
This week in Highlanders in the News: An extensive 95-year history of Elkins, West Virginia’s high school band includes a familiar figure – interim Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts Tim Channell; Mikayla Cox, a graduate student studying psychology, gets a warm welcome as she starts a new internship in North Carolina; and author Susan Van Volkenbergh ’86 shares a story as she passes by her alma mater.
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.
Radford University's reputation for academic excellence reaches new heights as the Class of 2027 achieves a remarkable milestone: attaining the highest GPA in the university's history.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Blacksburg freshman Tori Barnard begins her first year at college with a scholarship; Associate Professor of Psychology Kathleen Arnold talks ChatGPT with Scientific American; and local artist and recently retired teacher Clay Walthall ’79, M.S. ’82, looks back on more than three decades of making art.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Podcast guest Mark Eggleston ’91 reviews his wide-ranging careers, from carpenter to psychotherapist to chief information security officer; the Suffolk (Virginia) News-Herald profiles Alexis Perkins, just one of Radford University’s latest class of freshmen; and Floyd County High School teacher Jennifer Hendrick ’13 rolls up for a history tour.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Remembering Radford tennis phenom Martin Sayer ’09, MBA ‘10; also, Christiansburg Police Maj. Chris Ramsey, M.S. ’97, ascends to the rank of chief; and Director of Recreation and Wellness D.J. Preston talks about how first-generation students can rise to the challenges they face.