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Chief Scott C. Booth of the Danville Police Department is the Radford University Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research’s 2020 Excellence in Policing award recipient. The annual award is given to a current sworn police officer, supervisor, commander or executive who is a leader in his or her agency and has been a champion for implementing innovative strategies that bring about change and improve policing.
A special Election Day Panel will be held virtually on November 3, featuring professors from the departments of communication and political science.
Radford University Professor of History Matthew Oyos, Ph.D., will be a guest on the “With Good Reason” public radio program to talk about how President Theodore Roosevelt transformed and modernized the United States military to accommodate America’s growing interests around the world. Two other Radford University faculty members also appeared on the public radio program in October.
Radford University’s College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) has announced the winners of the annual alumni awards, which honor the achievements and legacies of impactful Highlanders.
Distinguished College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences faculty recognized for their accomplishments »
Three College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) faculty members were recently honored for their dedication to teaching, research and service.
“World War II 75th Anniversary Series: Experience and Legacy,” sponsored by the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS), McConnell Library and the Department of History, returns this semester with virtual access after being placed on hold during Spring 2020.
Frederick Engram Jr., Ed.D., has some encouraging words of advice for parents who are working to educate their children at home while schools are shuttered as a result of COVID-19. Recently, Engram shared some of his advice with model, actress, author, businesswoman, TV personality, and mom, Tyra Banks.
Frederick Engram Jr., Ed.D. prides himself on being a “disruptor of age-old practices.” But, he is also compassionate. It is a trait his students are realizing – if they had not done so already – during this difficult time of completing assignments in self-isolation.
A psychologist and a communicator – two of the most sought after sources of expertise during this global pandemic – have joined forces to keep the Radford University community connected in a creative, comforting and comedic format.