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  1. Sinclair Constantine Allen: A moment worth waiting for »

    12/12/2019

    Sinclair Constantine Allen ‘19, of Haymarket, Virginia, stood on the stage as Colonel Paul Mele officiated his commissioning ceremony. Sinclair soaked in that special moment and reflected on what it took to arrive at that landmark occasion.

  2. Veteran, first-generation student set to graduate »

    12/11/2019

    The page is being turned to a new chapter as Juan Martinez ’19, a student veteran from Bath, Michigan, is graduating this December and set to join the Blacksburg Police Department in January 2020.

  3. Yesun-Erdene Jugdersuren: A goal and a dream »

    12/10/2019

    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.

  4. Preserving their stories: Students document, share local veterans’ stories with the Library of Congress »

    12/9/2019

    The Communication of Commemoration course documented local veterans’ stories as part of the Library of Congress Veterans History Project initiative.

  5. Philosophy professor selected as editor for major Oxford University Press publication »

    12/9/2019

    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.

  6. Radford University senior cadet ranked ninth nationally »

    12/9/2019

    Radford University senior cadet Jordan Chittick was recently ranked the ninth-best cadet in the nation.

  7. Cybersecurity vs. cybercrime: Hear a Radford University faculty member discuss the difference »

    12/6/2019

    Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice ‘Shawn Smith will talk about his newly released textbook, “Cybercrime and Digital Deviance,” on the With Good Reason public radio program.

  8. James Joyce’s ‘Chamber Music’ translated into Polish by English professor »

    12/6/2019

    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.

  9. Regional partnership fuels Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research »

    12/6/2019

    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.