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News and Events
Department of Criminal Justice News
The Prelaw Society at Radford University hosted James P. Jones, a U.S. District Court Judge for the Western District of Virginia. In addition to Judge Jones’ normal docket, he currently has an appointment on the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC or FISA Court) in Washington, D.C.
From poachers telephoning fish to bear gallbladders on the China market, Radford University Criminal Justice Professor Egan Green discussed a range of rural criminology topics on an upcoming episode of the NPR radio program “With Good Reason.”
Over the last week, Radford University was featured in various media outlets, inclduing WDBJ7 and Virginia Business.
Eclipse coverage highlights Radford in the media
Radford University alumna Shawna Hession appeared in The Roanoke Times and Professor of Criminal Justice Tod Burke spoke with multiple media outlets over the past week.
Solar eclipse and faculty expertise highlight media appearances over the past week.
Radford University students descended upon the nation’s capital to observe the intricacies of the United States government.
$1 million grant, professors highlight Radford’s recent media appearances.
Two Radford University faculty members recently served as subject matter experts for news organizations.
The Emergency Operations Center located in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences is changing how Radford University students learn.