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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.
To offer Virginians better access to higher education, Radford University has introduced the Radford Tuition Promise, a program guaranteeing coverage of tuition costs for residents of the commonwealth with a household Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of $100,000 or less.
Radford University is one of the best online colleges in Virginia, according to Forbes.com.
For Department of Counselor Education Professor Wally Scott, this camp has all his favorite things.
Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies (PA) Luke Swatzyna has been named the 2023 Virginia PA of the Year by the Virginia Academy of Physician Assistants (VAPA). Swatzyna, who is also a 2011 graduate of the PA program, accepted the award at the VAPA state conference in Virginia Beach in July.
This week in Highlanders in the News: Graduate student, opera singer and Miss Virginia contestant Grace Pfleger gives voice to her recent activities in a WVTF radio profile; Vince Wyatt ’15 enjoys a friendly interview with WSLS; and Assistant Professor of Accounting Robert Warren weighs in on what sounds like a holy mess.
Radford University conferred degrees on 1,198 undergraduate and graduate students at commencement ceremonies May 5-6, 2023.
After four years of working onstage and behind the curtain, theatre major Meagan Cox’s aim remains as straightforward as it is noble: "My main goal with theatre is to touch audiences, to make them feel something. I like to leave them having a better day.”