Nursing professor Judy Jenks receives the Education Award from the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners »
Radford University Carilion associate professor of nursing Judy Jenks, DNP, FNP-BC ’16 has received the Education Award from the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners. The award recognizes her outstanding contributions to NPs in education and patient care through teaching and scholarship, student preceptorship, patient teaching and community involvement.
The Radford University and Radford University Carilion (RUC) classes of 2020 and 2021 shared a monumental weekend of well-deserved recognition this spring.
A new course on complementary health approaches and integrative health therapies will be offered this May by Radford University. These areas offer a different approach to conventional or mainstream medicine.
Kahler Gilmore found her “perfect fit” at Radford University and quickly discovered a desire to help others through proper nutrition.
Are we having a laugh? Radford University professor discusses comedy and its influences on society in public radio interview »
Foreign Languages and Literatures Interim Chair Matthew Turner, Ph.D., spoke recently to the With Good Reason public radio program about comedy and celebrity. The interview is available on podcast and will air May 1-7 on more than 60 radio stations across the United States.
Before becoming a Highlander as part of the Radford University Carilion physician assistant program, Steve Abercrombie had already experienced and explored more of the world than most of us do in a lifetime. Now, he's sharing that experience with his classmates and using it to treat patients across the region.
Radford University and Radford University Carilion RN to BSN Online Programs Ranked Best in Virginia »
The Radford University and Radford University Carilion Nursing: Post-Licensure (RN to BSN) programs have been ranked as the best online nursing programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia by registerednursing.org.
Assistant Professor of Marketing Pam Richardson-Greenfield’s “retail scavenger hunt” gives her students an opportunity to learn about marketing just by walking through and carefully observing the aisles of a grocery store.
Radford University Carilion Master of Occupational Therapy student Martin Bergschneider brought over a decade of unique life experiences with him to the program. His experiences, and those of his classmates, help the students understand the diverse types of people and potential experiences they may encounter as healthcare providers.