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News and Events
Over the last four years, former FBI Special Agent and current Radford University Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Luke William Hunt wrote a book about the philosophical underpinnings of contemporary police practices and policies.
Radford University faculty, staff and students have been featured in various media outlets this summer.
He’s worked with the Roanoke Police Department and the Virginia State Police – and most of the three-letter agencies in the United States.
Criminal justice and political science students at Radford University left Roanoke via train to the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.
The College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) celebrated 12 outstanding seniors with family, faculty and friends at the CHBS Graduation Reception on May 4.
Connections between concepts and theories discussed in class gave way to their application in a simulated emergency response scenario on April 19 and 24.
The Prelaw Society at Radford University hosted Shannon Dion, director of Virginia's Department of Criminal Justice Services, on April 19 in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences.
With protective gear on, 25 students participated in the final piece of the Fire and Arson Investigation class taught by adjunct instructor Todd Jones ’88 MS ’94 on April 10 in Lot Z at Radford University.
Media highlights student opportunities and professors' expertise.