Waldron College of Health and Human Services
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At a special ceremony held on May 25, 2021, Radford University administrators and supporters officially broke ground on the Artis Center for Adaptive Innovation and Creativity, a state-of-the-art complex that will serve as a blended teaching and learning space for the arts and health sciences.
Nursing professor Judy Jenks receives the Education Award from the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners »
Radford University Carilion associate professor of nursing Judy Jenks, DNP, FNP-BC ’16 has received the Education Award from the Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioners. The award recognizes her outstanding contributions to NPs in education and patient care through teaching and scholarship, student preceptorship, patient teaching and community involvement.
A new course on complementary health approaches and integrative health therapies will be offered this May by Radford University. These areas offer a different approach to conventional or mainstream medicine.
Radford University and Radford University Carilion RN to BSN Online Programs Ranked Best in Virginia »
The Radford University and Radford University Carilion Nursing: Post-Licensure (RN to BSN) programs have been ranked as the best online nursing programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia by registerednursing.org.
Radford University Carilion Master of Occupational Therapy student Martin Bergschneider brought over a decade of unique life experiences with him to the program. His experiences, and those of his classmates, help the students understand the diverse types of people and potential experiences they may encounter as healthcare providers.
Highlanders serving our communities: Radford University nursing students help with COVID vaccinations »
Radford University senior nursing students have been serving communities across southwest Virginia while engaging in unique, hands-on educational experiences at COVID-19 vaccination clinics.
When Radford University Carilion family nurse practitioner student Adwoa Agyekum migrated to the United States from Ghana 11 years ago, she had no idea she would find herself on the front lines of a global pandemic as it swept through southwest Virginia in 2020.
Radford University Carilion respiratory therapy student Milena Khodjaeva is no stranger to experiencing big life changes. Since she was a child, those changes have defined who she is and what path she would follow, including a move at 7 years old from Uzbekistan to the United States.
As a first-year student in the Radford University Carilion surgical technology program, Brian Kriever is dedicated to easing the fear and stress patients go through leading up to and during surgical procedures. His compassion comes from his personal experience.
Heading back to school at 46 wasn’t an easy decision for RUC Respiratory Therapy student Melissa Akers, but she knew that the long-term benefits of returning to school outweighed the short-term challenges she and her family would face. Learn more about Melissa’s path to becoming a Respiratory Therapist.
Andrea Tiller, R.N., B.S.N. ’19 followed her mother and grandmother into nursing, but she found her Radford Family and one of the best Schools of Nursing in the Commonwealth of Virginia in her own back yard.
Radford University Carilion Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing student Thomas Serebrov says, “I chose this profession because of a love of people and a desire to help carry them through difficult times.”