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To finalize the Master of Social Work degree that she earned in 2008, Kathy Douglas donned her graduate hood on May 5, 2018, at the Graduate Hooding Ceremony in the Dedmon Center.
Just down U.S. 11 in Christiansburg, Radford University students in the Doctor of Psychology in Counseling Psychology program work hands-on with clients at the Community Health Center.
Between committee meetings May 3, Radford University Board of Visitors members had a chance to talk one-on-one with students about research projects they have been involved with throughout the academic year.
More than 250 Radford University graduate students were hooded in a special ceremony inside of the Dedmon Center on May 4 surrounded by their family, friends, professors and mentors.
Outstanding graduate students in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences were honored for their work in research, teaching and academia in an intimate ceremony on April 27.
During the annual awards ceremony, the School of Communication honored students and faculty on April 13 in the Bonnie Auditorium.
Over spring break, professors and students in the Department of Psychology traveled to the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) conference to present research in Charleston, SC.
Radford University will introduce in the fall 2018 semester the Highlander Research Rookies Program, an initiative designed to provide select freshmen and sophomores an opportunity to collaborate on research projects with the university’s faculty.
In a unique collaboration, ‘Shawn Smith, assistant professor of criminal justice, and West Bowers, associate professor of media studies, presented the opportunity to graduate students to produce and create a three-episode podcast series focusing on policy and justice in the United States.
A wounded warrior and his family were the focus of almost 200 students and faculty during the two sessions of the Waldron College of Health and Human Services’ (WCHHS) Interprofessional Education and Practice Symposium on Nov. 3.