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This week in Highlanders in the News: ESPN star Marty Smith ’98 drops in on the “Dale Jr. Download” podcast for an extended chat that revisits his formative years at Radford; artist, teacher and photographer Heather Renee, M.F.A. ’21, kicks off a new exhibit of digital photography; Recreation and Wellness Director D.J. Preston talks shop on the Campus Rec podcast; and Evan Jacobson, M.A. ’95, discusses his life behind a drumkit.
Radford University’s online programs for undergraduate and graduate students continue to garner recognition from U.S. News & World Report. The prestigious media company, known for its influential rankings of America’s best colleges and universities, included Radford in its listing of Best Online Bachelor’s Degree programs and Best Online Master of Education programs.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Find out which six Radford alums were chosen for spots this year on The Roanoker magazine’s “40 Under 40” list of outstanding young local professionals; and longtime lawmen Robby Richardson ’06 and Mark Embrey ’99 now wear the sheriff’s stars in their respective counties.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Self-starter Stacey Price ’99, M.S. ’01, adds another link to her growing entrepreneurial chain; and Roanoke social worker Danielle Austin-Johnson, ’13, M.S. ’18, lends her profile to a local work of art.
“Resilience … is a journey,” healthcare executive and keynote speaker Susan Carroll ‘96 told crowds during Radford University's winter graduation ceremonies Dec 7-9. “It is about facing life’s storms and emerging stronger. It’s not merely surviving challenges, but learning, growing and thriving through them.”
This week in Highlanders in the News: Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce President Brenell Thomas M.S. ’23 is a new graduate and also the center of a recent profile and Q&A; Junior Kyndall Stanley gets a shout-out for her stellar work on the softball field; and journalist Dutchie Mirolli ’94 deepens her long ties to covering Virginia news.
Radford University Launches Provisional to Professional Pathway for Provisionally Licensed K-12 Teachers in Virginia »
To create a convenient way for Virginia teachers with provisional licensure to earn full credentials, Radford University is launching the Provisional to Professional Pathway project beginning Dec. 1.
Students from the nursing, occupational therapy, social work and communication sciences and disorders programs gathered to participate in the fall 2023 Waldron College of Health and Human Services interprofessional case study activity on Nov. 3. The activity gives students the chance to interact and learn from one another, expanding their knowledge about the duties of each member of their teams as well as the resources available to them through their colleagues.
Every two weeks, Highlander Highlights shares with readers some of the extraordinary research and accomplishments happening on and off campus through the tireless work and curiosity of our students and faculty.