Faculty Excellence

  1. Encouraging words from Radford faculty shared with supermodel  »

    4/24/2020

    Frederick Engram Jr., Ed.D., has some encouraging words of advice for parents who are working to educate their children at home while schools are shuttered as a result of COVID-19. Recently, Engram shared some of his advice with model, actress, author, businesswoman, TV personality, and mom, Tyra Banks.

  2. Strengthening classroom connections with students struggling with changing times »

    4/22/2020

    Frederick Engram Jr., Ed.D. prides himself on being a “disruptor of age-old practices.” But, he is also compassionate. It is a trait his students are realizing – if they had not done so already – during this difficult time of completing assignments in self-isolation.

  3. Highlanders keep learning »

    4/22/2020

    Unprecedented times call for out-of-the-box ideas and innovative actions. That is how Jessica Beckett, Ph.D., director of the Radford University Harvey Knowledge Center, approached developing new ways to help Radford students keep learning at a time when they are not on campus.

  4. Radford University faculty, staff using hobby to benefit front line medical professionals »

    4/21/2020

    The Radford Yarn Makers are highlighting the Highlander spirit by knitting and crocheting comfortable mask straps for medical professionals.

  5. ‘Pandemic Professors’ podcast uplifts and informs the Radford family  »

    4/16/2020

    A psychologist and a communicator – two of the most sought after sources of expertise during this global pandemic – have joined forces to keep the Radford University community connected in a creative, comforting and comedic format.

  6. Radford University names Nicole Hendrix, Ph.D. as Executive Director of General Education »

    4/8/2020

    Radford University has named Professor of Criminal Justice Nicole Hendrix, Ph.D. as Executive Director of General Education effective May 1, 2020. In this capacity, she will lead the general education efforts, oversee its ongoing integration into undergraduate degree programs at Radford University and serve as a member of the Academic Affairs Leadership Team.

  7. Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research receives additional grant »

    12/16/2019

    The Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research is continuing its strong tradition of impactful, community-oriented engagement and support by receiving a U.S. Department of Justice Community-Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) grant.

  8. 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.