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News From Around The College
A few questions with Visiting Professor, Camilla Morrison, who brings her talents to the Costume Shop for the Department of Theater and Cinema.
The cast is set for Radford University’s annual performance aimed at young audiences.
CVPA administrative assistants earn awards.
Radford University's Art Museum welcomes their new registrar, Theresa Rykaczewski.
Students and faculty performed a benefit concert for Ukraine at Radford's First Baptist Church on May 1.
Radford University's Graduate Art Student Association initiated an exciting art fundraiser for the Mill Mountain Zoo.
Dancers and choreographers have been working hard to bring Dancing on the Edge to the stage this spring.
Musical theater will return to Radford University on April 12 as the Department of Theater and Cinema presents a Tony award-winning comedy, The Drowsy Chaperone, a loving send-up of the Jazz Age musical.
The International Guitar Festival returns to campus on April 1, featuring Armenian guitarist, Gohar Vardanyan, and American Andy Jurik headlining.
Four Radford student artists brought home Addy awards from the American Advertising Federation (AAF) 2022 competition in Roanoke.
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This week in Highlanders in the News: Director of Appalachian Studies Theresa Burriss, Ph.D., memorializes regional scholar Helen Matthews Lewis; Radford theater vets Sarah Coleman ‘18 and Drew Callahan ’19 prepare to take the stage in a Roanoke production; and Falyn Taylor ’19 begins her first fleet tour with the United States Navy.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Longtime WDBJ7 producer and anchor Travis Wells joins the Hokies; push-ups prove profitable (and philanthropic) for softball player Tori Boyd; and a student, a professor and an alum have all recently made splashes in the realm of art.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Recent graduate Shaly Farmer ’22 hosts a theater workshop out of Marion, Virginia’s Lincoln Theater; choreographer Fiona Scruggs ’19 and her new dance company unleash a new project; and Bleacher Nation sends birthday greetings to Chicago Bull Javonte Green ’19.
Radford University Associate Professor of Music Jennifer McDonel, Ph.D., writes, sings and records songs to help children ages 2 to 5 better learn mathematics through music.
As construction continues on Radford University’s new Artis Center for Adaptive Innovation and Creativity, representatives from the university and Skanska, the company erecting what soon will be the largest academic building on campus, gathered near the building site for a “topping-out” ceremony, marking a significant milestone for the project.
Caulder, a native of Wilmington, North Carolina, will also join Radford as a professor of music. A classical oboist, she previously taught music at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. In 2020, she received the Distinguished Faculty Award in creative arts at IUP, where she served as both chair of the Department of Music and coordinator of graduate studies.