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News and Announcements

  1. Highlanders in the News: Week of Nov. 1 »

    11/5/2021

    Highlighting notable mentions of Radford University faculty and students from local, regional, national and international news outlets. 

  2. Distinguished College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences faculty recognized for their accomplishments  »

    9/24/2020

    Three College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) faculty members were recently honored for their dedication to teaching, research and service. 

  3. Outstanding College of Humanities and Behavioral Science faculty honored for their excellence »

    9/27/2019

    At the start of the fall 2019 semester, three College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) faculty members were honored for their dedication to teaching, research and service.

  4. Psy.D. program receives HRSA grant »

    8/27/2019

    Radford University’s renowned Counseling Psychology (Psy.D.) program received a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant totaling $940,178 to improve the health of underserved communities by strengthening the health workforce and connecting skilled professionals to those communities.

  5. ‘You just have to care:’ Joseph Shaver shows true Highlander resiliency  »

    6/20/2019

    While it has not always been easy and there have been trying circumstances, Joseph chooses to see positivity in his experiences.  “It has a bit of a happy ending. All it takes is to care and be honest.”

  6. Psychology honors society celebrates 40 years on campus »

    5/15/2019

    Psi Chi, the Psychology Honors Society at Radford University, celebrated 40 years on campus with a special induction ceremony in April. 

  7. Center for Assessment and Psychological Services offers specialized training and services »

    4/16/2019

    Located in a discrete multi-room suite in the Psychology Department, the Center for Assessment and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers advanced clinical training opportunities for psychology graduate students.

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