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Department of Criminal Justice News
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.
Two Radford University faculty used information from a well-known case from nearly 40 years ago to build an innovative mock trial course this semester for criminal justice and business students.
Criminal justice students at Radford took part in a unique arson investigation exercise, in which students entered the aftermath of a raging fire donning ample safety gear.
Family, friends and faculty celebrated 12 outstanding seniors at the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences Dean’s Scholaraward ceremony on April 8.
Criminal justice students found themselves in a middle of a crime scene during a practical training exercise at Radford University.
Radford University was featured in several media outlets this week.
Don’t let the realistic-looking deer in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences building fool you. It won’t run into your car, eat the vegetables in your garden or call the elevator for you.