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Anne O’Hara ’20 is a summa cum laude graduate of Radford University with a host of academic distinctions and a resume packed with community and academic engagement. But her early years in school didn’t necessarily foreshadow her extraordinary success.
Radford University’s School of Nursing has been ranked the third best in Virginia by registerednursing.org. Also featured on the list were Radford nursing programs at the Roanoke Higher Education Center and Radford University Carilion’s Nursing programs.
Corey Cassidy, Ph.D. and Patricia Winter, Ph.D. are planning travel to Finland, this summer to present a workshop at the International Society for Music Education Commission on Special Music Education and Music Therapy Conference.
In recognition and celebration of Women’s History Month, a panel discussion featuring female educators and leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics was held at Radford University Carilion.
Radford University has named Sarah Smidl, Ph.D., the permanent chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy. Smidl has served as the interim chair since August 2018 and is in her ninth year as an associate professor in the department.
Students and faculty from all five of the health and human services disciplines in Waldron College collaborated on a case study involving a young adult veteran with a traumatic brain injury at the 11th Bi-Annual Interprofessional Student Education and Practice Symposium.
Forty-two Radford University Carilion Physician Assistant students received their white coats at the 2019 White Coat Ceremony, hosted at the Vinton War Memorial in Vinton, Virginia with over 200 in attendance.
On December 13, 2019, the newest graduates from the School of Nursing (SON) in Radford University’s Waldron College of Health and Human Services stepped enthusiastically into their new careers.
Earlier today, Governor Ralph Northam’s proposed 2020-2022 Biennial Budget was released with allocations of additional funding for various entities, including Radford University.
At the 2019 Winter Commencement on December 14, 2019, Radford University conferred degrees upon 562 undergraduate students and officially welcomed its newest group of Highlander alumni.
Occupational Therapy Assistant students developed assistive technology devices created to help patients complete everyday tasks—a fun, meaningful opportunity to apply their education concepts through a simulated challenge.
Katie Ikenberry ‘20 believes you have to be honest with yourself about what you want, stop comparing yourself to others and take the initiative to make a change. This spring, that belief will result in her Nursing degree at RUC.