Radford School Psychology professors, graduate students take mindfulness curriculum to local parents and students »
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.
Radford University faculty member receives Commonwealth of Virginia’s top award for teaching excellence »
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.
Assistant Professor of English Amy Rubens has been named Radford University’s inaugural Presidential Fellow.
Radford University Health and Human Performance Instructor Andrea Bender and junior Valerie Poole represented the university at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association iLEAD 2019 national conference in Irving, Texas in January.
When deciding to purchase a home, individuals and families have two basic choices, says Finance Professor Clarence Rose in his latest research article, “The Rate of Return on Homeownership when Using FHA Financing.”
Appalachian Studies Director Theresa Burriss talks on With Good Reason radio about her role as U.S. co-chair of the 2019 Appalachian/ Carpathian Mountain Conference.
Radford University Professor of Art Roann Barris organized and chaired a roundtable discussion at the recent 50th annual conference of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) in Boston.
Radford University announced the five faculty members that won the 2018 Dalton Eminent Scholar Awards.
On the air: How a marketing faculty member challenged her students to create board games for children with dyslexia »
Assistant Marketing Professor Jane Machin will speak on the With Good Reason public radio program Nov. 10-16 about a project in which her students created board games for children with dyslexia.
Faculty, student researchers developing course to teach athletic trainers about sudden cardiac death »
Two Radford University faculty members and a group of undergraduate student researchers are creating a professional development online course designed to further educate athletics trainers about sudden cardiac death.
Radford University special education faculty receive funding for building inclusive schools project »
Three Radford University School of Teacher Education and Leadership faculty members have been awarded a grant from the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities. The grant will promote inclusive educational practice in Virginia and ultimately enhance the school and community inclusion of children and youth with developmental disabilities in Virginia.
Radford University commemorated the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year on Aug. 23 by welcoming returning and new faculty and staff, celebrating successes of the previous year and looking ahead to a bright future.