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News and Events
Department of Criminal Justice News
Radford University students filled the new courtroom inside the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences building on Dec. 6 to present their findings on controversial aspects of the Kennedy assassination.
Students in Assistant Professor Luke William Hunt’s Criminal Law and Evidence course practiced the use of the insanity defense in a mock trial.
The Virginia Criminal Justice Bulletin was published for the first time this November by the Department of Criminal Justice at Radford University. The newsletter consists of a broad range of topics that encompasses the field of criminal justice.
Everyone knows what happened on Nov. 22, 1963 – but Radford University students will utilize the new courtroom in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences to discuss and present findings of controversial aspects of the Kennedy assassination at 5 p.m. on Dec. 6.
Radford University was featured in The Roanoke Times over the past week, covering a variety of topics.
Radford University was featured in multiple media outlets this past week.
Retired FBI special agent Rusty Capps came to Radford University on Oct. 26 to discuss the rise of ISIS and leaderless violence.
Assistant Professor, Luke Hunt, a lawyer and former FBI Special Agent, led Criminal Justice students through a literary mock trial on Oct. 24.
Few people know as much as journalist Hugh Aynesworth when it comes to the Kennedy Assassination. Aynesworth visited Radford University as the cornerstone of a course team-taught by Professors Stephen Owen and Tod Burke.
The Department of Criminal Justice is hosting an interdisciplinary ethics panel at 7 p.m. on Oct. 25 in the Bonnie Auditorium. The theme for the panel is “Critical Issues in this Presidential Election.”