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When she was 8 years old, Yesun came to the United States from Mongolia at the behest of her mother, who was completing her studies at Johns Hopkins University. Gradually, she came to call the metro-D.C. area home. Now, Yesun is becoming a proud Radford alumna.
Preserving their stories: Students document, share local veterans’ stories with the Library of Congress »
The Communication of Commemoration course documented local veterans’ stories as part of the Library of Congress Veterans History Project initiative.
Oxford University Press recently selected Radford University Professor of Philosophy Steven Fesmire, Ph.D., as editor of “The Oxford Handbook of Dewey,” published in October 2019.
Radford University senior cadet Jordan Chittick was recently ranked the ninth-best cadet in the nation.
In a project spanning nearly six years, Professor of English Jolanta Wawrzycka, Ph.D., recently published a full translation of James Joyce’s book of poetry, “Chamber Music,” in the style of the original 1907 publication.
The Center for Police, Practice, Policy and Research officially opened at Radford University in early 2019. Under the guidance of co-directors, Rachel Santos, Ph.D., and Roberto Santos, Ph.D., the Center received another grant.
When Radford University Professor of History Matthew Oyos, Ph.D., published his book on Theodore Roosevelt’s influence on the modernization of America, he did not think it would land him a trip to Long Island to receive an award from the Theodore Roosevelt Association.
Radford University and Shelor Motor Mile collaborate to expand access to education and jobs in the New River Valley »
Through the generous support of Shelor Motor Mile, Inc., Radford University proudly announced a new program available to Highlander students seeking internships and employment in the New River Valley.
With the introduction of a new course on cybercrime, the Department of Criminal Justice is preparing students for modern applications in an ever-changing world.