Students travel to Richmond for Advocacy Day
More than three dozen Radford University students traveled to Richmond on Jan. 24-25 to take part in the annual Advocacy Day activities.
The event offered students the opportunity to meet with state legislators and present issues important to them and to the future of the university. Students also heard from Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax and Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security Brian Moran, toured the Capitol with Delegate Chris Hurst and met with Gov. Ralph Northam.
President Brian O. Hemphill joined students, along with Board of Visitors Rector Mark Lawrence, Board of Visitors Vice Rector Randy Marcus, Board of Visitors member James R. Kibler, Jr. J.D. , Vice President for Student Affairs Ann Marie Klotz, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Susan Trageser, Vice President for Advancement Wendy Lowery, Vice President for Enrollment Management Kitty McCarthy and Vice President for Information Technology Danny Kemp.