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Located in a discrete multi-room suite in the Psychology Department, the Center for Assessment and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers advanced clinical training opportunities for psychology graduate students.
On Tuesday, April 16, author Jocelyn Nicole Johnson will visit Radford University to host a discussion about her works and host a reading.
On March 29-30, the School of Communication at Radford University hosted the annual Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences (VACAS) conference in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences.
Radford University and the School of Communication hosted four representatives from the Southwest University of Political Science and Law (SWUPL), located in Chongqing, China, from March 28 to April 3.
Suzanne Ament, professor of history at Radford University, recently published a book on song in Soviet society during World War II.
Criminal Justice Associate Professor Luke William Hunt spoke with two media outlets and analyzed the recent developments in the Russia investigation.
In a collaborative event, students from the Department of Criminal Justice and the School of Communication tackled the experience of a press conference with the goal of effectively delivering information to the media and to the public.
Radford University empowers students from diverse backgrounds by providing transformative educational experiences and one way this is accomplished is through unique research opportunities.
Radford School Psychology professors, graduate students take mindfulness curriculum to local parents and students »
Being mindful of yourself and of those around you – that is easier said than done. But that’s exactly what two Radford University professors and four graduate students set out to do last fall.