Highlanders in the News: Week of May 22, 2023 »
This week in Highlanders in the News: Former faculty member Jim Minick chronicles the 1955 disaster that laid waste to a tiny Kansas town; nursing graduate Sarah Morris talks about working in medicine and then education; and Theresa Burriss, Ph.D., has been tapped to lend her expertise to a new project that examines Appalachia.
Highlanders in the News: Week of May 8, 2023 »
This week in Highlanders in the News: The 110th Spring Commencement ceremonies and its graduates hit the papers; “Mountain Stage” executive producer Adam Harris ’05 helps public radio’s venerable music show celebrate its big 4-0; Professor of Psychology Niels Christensen is a guest of “honors” on the “Alma Matters” podcast; and Jon Murrill, M.F.A. ’12, paints the town (or at least a part of Vinton, Virginia).
Radford, Brazilian teams join for research on Internet of Things »
A small group of Radford University faculty members and students recently teamed with researchers from Brazil to begin constructing a framework for a collaborative relationship focused on cybersecurity and entrepreneurship.
Highlanders in the News: Week of April 24 »
This week in Highlanders in the News: Sen. Tim Kaine drops by Radford University Carilion; assistant professor and frequent buster-of-myths David S. Anderson, Ph.D., tells National Geographic that Atlantis doesn’t hold water; a new study by LaRon Scott ’02 addresses education and race; Jessica Morrison ’08 preps Pulaski County Schools’ meal plan; and Arianne Bauserman ’03 has a few questions to answer.
Professor discusses bird-window collision research on With Good Reason »
The “With Good Reason” public radio program is currently airing an interview with Radford University Professor of Biology Karen Powers about her research examining the prevention of bird-window collisions.
Ceremony honors 2022-2023 Dalton Eminent Scholars »
Radford University honored recipients of the 2022-2023 Dalton Eminent Scholar awards with a ceremony on April 7 at the Joseph P. Scartelli Atrium inside the Covington Center for Visual and Performing Arts.
VBHEC president’s visit focuses on internships, work-based learning »
Ideas for increasing internship opportunities and hands-on work experiences for Highlanders dominated the discussion when the president of the Virginia Business Higher Education Council (VBHEC) met with a group of Radford University students, educators and administrators on April 5.
Highlanders in the News: Week of April 10 »
This week in Highlanders in the News: Local media rings the front desk bell at the newly opened Highlander Hotel Radford; Professor of Sociology Aysha Bodenhamer addresses modern coal mining following a new CDC report on the trade; writer and Communication Professor Bill Kovarik offers historical context on Russia’s recent detainment of an American journalist; and transport manager Chad Kennedy ’00 takes up a podcast mic to talk supply chain issues.