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For more than 20 years, Volvo Trucks' New River Valley Assembly Plant has been working with Radford University’s Department of Psychology to provide hands-on opportunities for students while also benefiting the assembly plant’s workforce.
Benjamin D. Caldwell selected as dean of Radford University’s College of Graduate Studies and Research »
Benjamin D. Caldwell has been selected to serve as the next dean of Radford University’s College of Graduate Studies and Research
Radford University and Emory & Henry College partnership establishes three new accelerated graduate programs »
Leaders of Radford University and Emory & Henry College joined together earlier this week to sign cooperative agreements establishing three new accelerated graduate programs that will significantly shorten the time it takes for students to complete their undergraduate and graduate education.
Nakia Shelton, a design thinking graduate student, was selected as a Design Management Institute student essay winner and was invited to attend the 2018 Design Leadership Conference in Boston in early October.
Grad School Hub has ranked Radford University’s Master of Science in Education – Math Education program among its top 30 most affordable online mathematics programs for 2018.
The Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Class of 2018 posted a first-time pass rate of 100 percent on their certification exams and advanced towards licensure to practice.
In the pursuit of knowledge, nearly 400 academically-gifted high school students from across the Commonwealth of Virginia came to Radford University from June 24 to July 21 to participate in Governor’s School.
While at Radford University, Diana Scates MFA ‘18 used virtual reality to reduce stress and pain during cancer treatments for patients in a research project.
In 2016, Radford University received a grant to expand training positions for psychology doctoral students in integrated care facilities in the region. Now in its third year, the grant continues to enhance psychological care at the partnered facilities.