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Dwarf pomegranates. A corpse plant. An Australian tree fern. A timid tarantula. These are just a few examples of the lush vegetation and exotic critters blossoming in the Radford University Greenhouse this summer.
Radford University professor of mathematics and statistics Agida Manizade, Ph.D., has been voted president-elect of the Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
At a special ceremony held on May 25, 2021, Radford University administrators and supporters officially broke ground on the Artis Center for Adaptive Innovation and Creativity, a state-of-the-art complex that will serve as a blended teaching and learning space for the arts and health sciences.
Radford University’s Reed and Curie Halls are the latest campus buildings to receive LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification, marking another achievement in the University's sustainability initiatives.
The Radford University Carilion Medical Laboratory Science program has received a $160,000 grant from the Commonwealth Transfusion Foundation, which will be used to purchase supplies and equipment employed in the practice of transfusion medicine and related disciplines.
Radford University has been named a 2021 Top Adult Degree Program institution by Abound, a college guidance system for degree-seeking adults.
Professor of Geology Chester “Skip” Watts, Ph.D., has been awarded the prestigious 2020 Karl and Ruth Terzaghi Outstanding Mentor Award by the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG).
In case you haven’t noticed, there is a lot of love for you on this campus. To show you how much we care, we’ve asked members of the campus community to express why they admire you. Here is just a short list of those many reasons why we, the Radford University family, love our Highlanders.
Biology professor Karen Powers, Ph.D., and dozens of her students have been busy researching an issue that is occurring on college campuses nationwide. Every year, a billion birds are killed by window collisions, the No. 2 cause of bird deaths in the United States. Cats come in first, no surprise.