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Every three minutes someone in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer. That's why RUC students stepped up to “be the match,” adding their information to a bone marrow registry.
RUC students help children with special needs design costumes for Halloween.
Two programs in the Waldron College of Health and Human Services (WCHHS) have earned recognition by HealthGrad.com as top programs in Virginia.
Radford University, Jefferson College physical therapy students join effort to promote adaptive athletics »
Thirteen Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy students dove in the Christiansburg Recreation Center pool to introduce area residents with spinal cord injuries and neurological disorders to the fun of kayaking on Nov. 3.
For a day of service and break from the academic grind, three Radford University Physical Therapy students ventured south.
Twenty Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy students and faculty took the court and helped introduce the community to wheelchair basketball in July at the 2nd Annual No Dunking Allowed Wheelchair Basketball Event at Roanoke College.
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.
To cap the spring semester, second-year Doctor of Physical Therapy students presented six social entrepreneurship initiatives to bring their professional skills into community service.
From three events on Commencement weekend, Radford University health care professionals from the Waldron College of Health and Human Services advanced confidently, but nostalgically, toward their new careers.