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  1. What are the trendy foods for 2017? Nutrition and Dietetics alumna explains on D.C. morning TV show »

    1/19/2017

    Earning a degree in Radford University's nutrition and dietetics program can boost a graduate toward a coveted position as a registered dietitian. For Valerie Agyeman '15, it has also led to a TV gig.

  2. Appalachian Studies students give life to Clinch River stories »

    1/17/2017

    A group of Radford University students spent the fall semester assisting the Clinch River Valley Initiative in collecting stories from people who live in towns along the river. 

  3. Recreation, Parks and Tourism faculty member earns prestigious award »

    12/6/2016

    The Resort and Commercial Recreation Association has presented its 2016 Outstanding Professor Award to Radford University Assistant Professor Josh Carroll.

  4. Creating a safer environment for wheelchair athletes »

    12/6/2016

    Wheelchair sports have become a meaningful rehabilitation option internationally, and Radford University students are helping to make these sports safer for athletes. 

  5. Sixth graders become Highlanders in Training »

    12/1/2016

    The School of Teacher Education and Leadership hosted, over two days, more than 273 sixth-grade students from William Byrd Middle School as part of the College in Six program.