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  1. Faculty Q&A: Professor’s academic specialty is no laughing matter »

    5/10/2022

    Radford University Professor of Communication Matthew Turner has made a career out of studying the art of comedy.

  2. Highlander families celebrate accomplishments during spring commencement ceremonies  »

    5/10/2022

    Radford University conferred degrees on 1,621 undergraduate and graduate students during spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 7, 2022 on Moffett Lawn. 

  3. Highlanders in the News: Week of May 2 »

    5/6/2022

    Highlighting notable mentions of Radford University faculty and students from local, regional, national and international news outlets. 

  4. Florida sheriff wins accolade from Radford’s criminal justice police center »

    4/28/2022

    Radford University’s Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research presented its 2021 Excellence in Policing Award to Walton County, Florida, Sheriff Michael Adkinson Jr. during a ceremony held in the university’s Hemphill Hall on April 7, 2022. 

  5. With mobile burn unit, students investigate in the heat of the moment  »

    4/27/2022

    Criminal Justice instructor Todd Jones ‘88, M.S. ’94 teaches students enrolled in his spring semester fire and arson investigation course about what to look for when investigating a fire. His students put those skills to practical use recently inside a mobile burn trailer owned by the Virginia Department of Fire Programs.

  6. Students’ Appalachian folklore project topic of ‘With Good Reason’  »

    4/22/2022

    Hear retired Radford University faculty members Grace Toney Edwards and Ricky Cox discus the popular project over the airwaves or on podcast.

  7. Highlanders in the News: Week of April 18 »

    4/22/2022

    Highlighting notable mentions of Radford University faculty and students from local, regional, national and international news outlets. 

  8. Was Oscars slap rooted in Shakespearean curse? »

    4/20/2022

    The Macbeth curse is likely just superstition, says Radford University Associate Professor of English Amanda Kellogg, Ph.D., “but it speaks to how powerful our imaginations can be. Shakespeare certainly understood the power of collective imagination.”

  9. Humanities Days activities to spotlight field’s everyday applications »

    4/5/2022

    Radford University is hosting Humanities Days April 5-9 at various locations on and off campus.