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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.
According to College Factual, Radford University’s journalism program, housed in the School of Communication, is rated as the best value journalism program in Virginia and is in the top 20 in the country.
The Chinese Club at Radford University is wrapping up of all the New Year celebrations Feb. 23, with the Lantern Festival (Yuan Xiao).
Assistant Professor of English Amy Rubens has been named Radford University’s inaugural Presidential Fellow.
Radford University’s School of Communication will host the Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences (VACAS) conference, called “Redrawing Boundaries,” on March 29-30, 2019.
Student-athlete Sydney Nunley regularly hears that from the Women’s Basketball coaching staff. At a towering 6’4”, Nunley is proud of every inch and is described by those who know her as a “big teddy bear.” Warm and engaging, she is motivated by a deep-rooted belief in the power of a team.
For more than 20 years, Volvo Trucks' New River Valley Assembly Plant has been working with Radford University’s Department of Psychology to provide hands-on opportunities for students while also benefiting the assembly plant’s workforce.
Drones bring about thoughts of Sci-Fi classics, such as Terminator, which had SkyNet using drones to search for and gather people.