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Starr hopes her story inspires others to continue their education at Radford University, despite any circumstances standing in their way.
Professor of English Rick Van Noy’s book “Sudden Spring: Stories of Adaptation in Climate-Changed South” is among the Best Environmental Books in Nonfiction according to a recent list compiled by BookRiot.com.
Radford University announces selection of Matthew J. Smith, Ph.D. as Dean of the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences »
Following a national search, Radford University has announced the selection of Matthew J. Smith, Ph.D. to lead the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences in the role of Dean. Dean Smith has served as Interim Dean since 2018. Prior to Dean Smith’s interim role, he served as Director and Professor in the School of Communication since joining the Radford family in 2016.
Like many Highlanders, Hunter Mundy wants to make a difference and contribute. Her perception of both what was possible for her future and what she is capable of have expanded during her time at Radford University.
At the 2019 Winter Commencement on December 14, 2019, Radford University conferred degrees upon 562 undergraduate students and officially welcomed its newest group of Highlander alumni.
The Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research is continuing its strong tradition of impactful, community-oriented engagement and support by receiving a U.S. Department of Justice Community-Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) grant.
Radford University’s Army ROTC commissioned 2nd Lt. James Michael Clatterbuck in a special ceremony on Friday, December 13 in Hurlburt Student Center.
Built on the successful tradition of already-established research events, the inaugural Winter CARD program gave students an opportunity in early December to share their work and research with fellow students, as well as faculty and staff.