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  1. Professor earns prestigious book award from the Theodore Roosevelt Association »

    11/21/2019

    When Radford University Professor of History Matthew Oyos, Ph.D., published his book on Theodore Roosevelt’s influence on the modernization of America, he did not think it would land him a trip to Long Island to receive an award from the Theodore Roosevelt Association.

  2. Radford University and Shelor Motor Mile collaborate to expand access to education and jobs in the New River Valley »

    11/19/2019

    Through the generous support of Shelor Motor Mile, Inc., Radford University proudly announced a new program available to Highlander students seeking internships and employment in the New River Valley.

  3. Criminal justice launches future-focused course on cybercrime »

    11/15/2019

    With the introduction of a new course on cybercrime, the Department of Criminal Justice is preparing students for modern applications in an ever-changing world.

  4. An opportunity to make a difference  »

    11/11/2019

    Today, Cord Hall ’04, J.D., fights for those without a voice and for those who need help the most. But, while a student at Radford University, he was not sure where his path would take him.

  5. CHBS alumni awards honor impactful Highlanders »

    10/30/2019

    Two impactful College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences alumni were honored for their achievements in a special ceremony on October 25, 2019 as part of Homecoming Weekend celebrations.

  6. Political science professor explores pressing global issues on international and national stages »

    10/29/2019

    Earlier this month, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science Iuliia Hoban, Ph.D., attended a symposium on preventing child soldiers in Oslo, Norway, and an International Studies Association conference in security studies in Denver, Colorado.

  7. Like pop culture? Take a summer course and travel to the San Diego Comic-Con! »

    10/24/2019

    Students can take part in a one-of-a-kind summer experience by participating in the Power of Comics field study, which will take them to the largest pop-culture convention in the world, located in San Diego, California.

  8. Department of Criminal Justice to host author, alumnus on Oct. 28 »

    10/22/2019

    The Department of Criminal Justice, housed within Radford University’s College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences, will host a varied panel of professionals to provide insight into the first ‘no body’ homicide conviction in Virginia. It will include those directly involved with the investigation, prosecution and defense and will take place on October 28, 2019 beginning at 6 p.m. in Preston Hall’s Bondurant Auditorium.

  9. Former lawyer for CIA and Senate Select Committee on Intelligence visits Radford »

    10/14/2019

    The Fall 2019 Prelaw Society event at Radford University is known for bringing in top-notch speakers, and by bringing in Donald W. Martin Jr., J.D., the tradition continued on September 17.