Chief Scott C. Booth of the Danville Police Department is the Radford University Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research’s 2020 Excellence in Policing award recipient. The annual award is given to a current sworn police officer, supervisor, commander or executive who is a leader in his or her agency and has been a champion for implementing innovative strategies that bring about change and improve policing.
For the 11th consecutive year, Radford University is among the top ‘green campuses’ in the United States »
The Princeton Review has again recognized Radford University’s commitment to sustainable practices by including the University in its annual guide to green campuses.
It took Terrance Shepherd 14 years to get his first keyboard. But it took him less than 10 seconds to knock the socks off a musical legend over Instagram Live.
From the moment Alexandria Pilot graduated with her master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2014, she planned to continue her education. However, she wasn’t sure how that educational journey would continue and where until she arrived at Radford University Carilion.
Professor of Marketing Jane Machin, Ph.D., “exemplifies the notion of a teacher-scholar who cares deeply about her students.” It’s one reason she is this year’s Donald N. Dedmon Distinguished Teaching Professor Award at Radford University.
Radford University’s College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) has announced the winners of the annual alumni awards, which honor the achievements and legacies of impactful Highlanders.
Due to the effects of COVID-19 and in the best interest of the Radford family, the fifth annual Radford Gives Back, originally planned for mid-October 2020, has been postponed to spring 2021.