Sociology team travels to Norfolk

McKeldin, Murphy, Burroughs

From left, Melisssa McKeldin, Mya Murphy, and Amanda Burroughs represented Radford University Sociology at the Association for Applied & Clinical Sociology conference in Norfolk, Oct. 11-13.


Teams participated in the Client Problem Competition, offering solutions for the Reading Enriches All Children (REACH) organization on the problem of increasing philanthropy in the younger generation. Melissa McKeldin (center) presents with Mya Murphy and Amanda Burroughs.

student group

Beginning second from left in the front row, Mya Murphy, Amanda Burroughs, and Melissa McKeldin join with students from other universities at the conference.

students and faculty

Front row, from left: Amanda Burroughs, Mya Murphy, Melissa McKeldin The students were joined in Norfolk by Sociology faculty: Dr. Wisecup, Dr. Bradley, Dr. Bodenhamer, Dr. Hunter, and Dr. Lyman.

Oct 17, 2018
Dr. Beth Lyman