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CEHD News from University Relations

  1. Radford University marks 110 years as a strong, steadfast and proven institution »

    4/9/2020

    In March 2020, Radford University marked a historic milestone by reaching 110 years of Highlanders transforming the world. Since its founding charter in 1910, the institution has focused on a bright future based on excellence, innovation and service to students and the community, while maintaining a tradition of teaching and a commitment to change.

  2. Reading Specialist Certificate Program to be offered at Radford University in fall 2020 »

    4/8/2020

    Radford University’s Literacy Education Graduate Program will begin offering a certificate program this fall for teachers wanting to earn credentials for a reading specialist endorsement.

  3. Jim Newman: A Radford faculty member and Virginia Defense Force member »

    4/7/2020

    Recreation, Parks and Tourism Chair Jim Newman is coordinating efforts of several state agencies that are working together to fight the COVID-19 world pandemic. Newman works 12 to 13 hours a day from his home in Radford as a volunteer staff officer with the Virginia Defense Force, one of the three components of the Commonwealth’s military.

  4. Professional development workshop gives student teachers jumpstart on careers »

    1/31/2020

    Radford University’s College of Education and Human Development, in collaboration with the Center for Career and Talent Development, offered a full day of professional development for individuals projected to complete student teaching and graduate during the 2019-2020 academic year.

  5. Math Education program ‘ranked among the best’ in the U.S. »

    1/22/2020

    Radford University’s Master of Science in Education, a top-notch and fully-online Math Education program, is among the top 35 programs of its kind in the United States, according to recent rankings by Intelligent.com.

  6. Radford University faculty work toward inclusive classrooms for students with disabilities  »

    1/9/2020

    Two School of Teacher Education and Leadership faculty members recently spoke to the With Good Reason public radio program about their work to promote accessible teaching methods for children with disabilities.