Faculty Excellence

  1. Preserving their stories: Students document, share local veterans’ stories with the Library of Congress »

    12/9/2019

    The Communication of Commemoration course documented local veterans’ stories as part of the Library of Congress Veterans History Project initiative.

  2. Philosophy professor selected as editor for major Oxford University Press publication »

    12/9/2019

    Oxford University Press recently selected Radford University Professor of Philosophy Steven Fesmire, Ph.D., as editor of “The Oxford Handbook of Dewey,” published in October 2019.

  3. James Joyce’s ‘Chamber Music’ translated into Polish by English professor »

    12/6/2019

    In a project spanning nearly six years, Professor of English Jolanta Wawrzycka, Ph.D., recently published a full translation of James Joyce’s book of poetry, “Chamber Music,” in the style of the original 1907 publication.

  4. Regional partnership fuels Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research »

    12/6/2019

    The Center for Police, Practice, Policy and Research officially opened at Radford University in early 2019. Under the guidance of co-directors, Rachel Santos, Ph.D., and Roberto Santos, Ph.D., the Center received another grant.

  5. Professor earns prestigious book award from the Theodore Roosevelt Association »

    11/21/2019

    When Radford University Professor of History Matthew Oyos, Ph.D., published his book on Theodore Roosevelt’s influence on the modernization of America, he did not think it would land him a trip to Long Island to receive an award from the Theodore Roosevelt Association.

  6. Radford announces recipients of the University’s most prestigious awards for faculty excellence »

    11/15/2019

    Radford University has announced the five faculty members that won the 2019 Dalton Eminent Scholar Awards.

  7. Political science professor explores pressing global issues on international and national stages »

    10/29/2019

    Earlier this month, Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science Iuliia Hoban, Ph.D., attended a symposium on preventing child soldiers in Oslo, Norway, and an International Studies Association conference in security studies in Denver, Colorado.

  8. English professor’s research methodology published by Oxford University Press »

    10/14/2019

    Associate Professor of English Amy Rubens, Ph.D., who is also currently serving as the inaugural Presidential Fellow, contributed to the textbook “Research Methods in Health Humanities," which was recently published by the Oxford University Press.

  9. Outstanding College of Humanities and Behavioral Science faculty honored for their excellence »

    9/27/2019

    At the start of the fall 2019 semester, three College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) faculty members were honored for their dedication to teaching, research and service.

  10. History professor leads students on European study abroad experience »

    9/9/2019

    Professor of History Richard Straw, Ph.D., is no stranger to hosting a study abroad experience – he has been facilitating these experiences of a lifetime since 1995.

  11. From FBI special agent to professor, Luke William Hunt’s unexpected career journey led him to Radford University »

    9/9/2019

    Before joining the Radford family, Luke William Hunt, J.D., Ph.D., served as an FBI Special Agent and clerked for a U.S. federal judge.

  12. Fall Convocation sparks excitement for 2019-20 academic year  »

    8/29/2019

    The talent and dedication of Radford University’s faculty and staff were on full display at the 2019 Fall Convocation.

     

  13. Psy.D. program receives HRSA grant »

    8/27/2019

    Radford University’s renowned Counseling Psychology (Psy.D.) program received a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant totaling $940,178 to improve the health of underserved communities by strengthening the health workforce and connecting skilled professionals to those communities.

  14. Artis College faculty receive award to study impacts of pipeline installation »

    8/27/2019

    Radford University’s Artis College of Science and Technology is the recipient of a 2019 Jeffress Trust Award. This award will support faculty and students as they research and explore the impact of pipeline construction on streams in Southwest Virginia.

  15. Economics Teachers Conference is ‘the greatest conference’ »

    8/16/2019

    The Radford University Economics Teachers conference is designed to provide Virginia middle and high school business, economics and personal finance teachers an opportunity to explore topics in economic theory that are essential for students to learn before they enter college or and the workforce.

  16. How real estate professionals can manage stress »

    6/11/2019

    Radford University Assistant Professor of Marketing Jane Machin, Ph.D., is lead author of “Coping with Stress in Real Estate,” an article published in the June 2019 edition of the Keller Center Research Report.

  17. In public radio interview, Radford University faculty member speaks about supporting individuals with autism »

    5/31/2019

    Leslie Daniel, Ph.D., a professor of special education in Radford University’s School of Teacher Education and Leadership, will speak on the With Good Reason public radio program in June about supporting individuals with autism.

  18. Center for Police Policy, Practice and Research opens »

    5/8/2019

    A special ceremony that included the inaugural Excellence in Policing award officially opened the Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research on April 24 in Radford University’s College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences Building.

  19. Economics professor featured in Forbes  »

    4/30/2019

    Radford University Economics Professor Nozar Hashemzadeh is quoted this week in a Forbes.com article about the United States removing waivers that previously had allowed eight countries to continue to purchase oil from Iran.

  20. ‘Sing to Victory!’ »

    4/8/2019

    Suzanne Ament, professor of history at Radford University, recently published a book on song in Soviet society during World War II.

  21. How the marketplace can help individuals with mental disorders »

    4/3/2019

    Radford University Assistant Marketing Professor Jane Machin is the lead author of a research article that examines the marketplace’s role in helping individuals cope with the stressors and stigmas caused by diagnosed mental disorders.

  22. Radford School Psychology professors, graduate students take mindfulness curriculum to local parents and students »

    2/25/2019

    Being mindful of yourself and of those around you – that is easier said than done. But that’s exactly what two Radford University professors and four graduate students set out to do last fall.

  23. Radford University faculty member receives Commonwealth of Virginia’s top award for teaching excellence »

    2/18/2019

    Radford University Mathematics and Statistics Professor Agida Manizade is a recipient of the 2019 State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) Outstanding Faculty Awards. The Outstanding Faculty Awards are the Commonwealth's highest honor for faculty at Virginia's public and private colleges and universities.

  24. Radford University announces inaugural Presidential Fellow »

    2/18/2019

    Assistant Professor of English Amy Rubens has been named Radford University’s inaugural Presidential Fellow.