Introduction to Sentencing Guidelines - VA Criminal Sentencing Commission of Richmond
March 12: The Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission is sponsoring a workshop open to surrounding attorneys (both defense and commonwealth's) and probation officers. Topics to be addressed: overview of Virginia's sentencing Guidelines; an introduction seminar. Also scheduled for May 16, 2013. For more information.
Trauma Therapist Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Conference
March 20-21: For more information, contact Rana Daston.
Pi Sigma Pi Regional Dominion Conference
March 22-24: The Pi Sigma Pi Conference is being organized by the Alpha Xi Chapter at Radford University. The Dominion Conference is designed to bring Phi Sigma Pi Chapters from the Dominion region together for a weekend of brotherhood bonding through activities based scholarship, leadership and fellowship. For more information.
Albemarle Co. Police Department Career Testing
March 23-24: The Albemarly County Police Department is conducting career testing at Radford University. For more information.
Wilderness First Aid - CANCELED (Rescheduled Oct. 5-6, 2013)
March 30-31: Wilderness First Aid is being organized by Dr. Anja Wittington and focuses on the basic skills of: response and assessment, musculoskeletal injuries, evnironmental emergencies, survival skills, soft tissue injuries, and medical emergencies. Topics include a variety of common backcountry injuries, patient care and treatment and skills on how to improvise. WILL BE RESCHEDULED SOON.
The Impact of PTSD: Assessment and Treatment - The Roanoke Higher Education Center
April 3: Participants will be able to examine the emotional and psysiological responses to trauma, describe at least three symptoms of PTSD and identify the two effective treatment modalities. Pre-registration is required. To register and for more information.
Communication Science and Disorders Conference: Word Level Literacy
April 8: A conference for Speach Language Pathologists, Reading Specialists, and School Psychologists focusing on helping children with language learning disabilities navigate word decoding and word recognition.
Palliative Care Conference
April 12: The 7th Annual Palliative Care Conference, brought to you by the Palliative Care Partnership of the New River Valley is being held at the Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) Event Center at the Research Park in Blacksburg, Va. The purpose of the conference is to educate healthcare professionals and members of the general public about decisions regarding end of life care. Pre-registration is required.
Virginia AWHONN (Assoc. of Women's Health Obstetrics and Neonatal Nursing) State Conference
April 12-13: The AWHONN Virginia Section is hosting the 2013 Conference, Embracing the Changes Around Us, at the Inn at Virginia Tech & Skelton Conference Center. For more information and to register.
Delta Zeta Spring Regional Conference
April 13-14: For more information.
McGlothlin Celebration of Teaching
April 18: More information available soon.
Cosmetology Vocational Testing
Professional Credential Services is conducting cosmotology licensing exams on teh following dates for area high school students.
April 29: Heth Hall
April 30: The Bonnie Hurlburt Student Center
May 6-7: The Bonnie Hurlburt Student Center
May 14: Cook Hall
May 21: Cook Hall
ROCK SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS & MITIGATION GEOLOGY CONFERENCE
May 13-14: CANCELED, TO BE RESCHEDULED FOR FALL 2013. A conference hosted by the RU student chapter of the Association of Engineering Geologists on Rock Slope Engineering.
INTRODUCTION TO SENTENCING GUIDELINES - VIRGINIA CRIMINAL SENTENCING COMMISSION OF RICHMOND
May 16: For more information
SUMS4Bio Conference (Selu)
May 16-19: For more information
Near Southwest Preparedness Alliance presents: Emerging Themes in Disaster Behavioral & Spiritual Health
May 23: A seminar for clergy, social workers, behavioral health employees and counselors focusing on behavioral health and spritual needs during disasters. For more information.
Forensic Science Institute - CANCELED
May 24: In 2009, The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) awarded a grant to the Radford University Forensic Science Institute to provide a series of workshops focused on forensic science training. This workshop is the last in that series. This course will provide practitioners with an overview of state-of-the-art methods and techniques in Forensic Science. The workshops include hands on demonstrations, lectures, open dialogue and discussion and consultation between criminal justice practitioners and forensic scientists and educators. For more information. THIS EVENT WILL NOT BE RESCHEDULED.
New River Symposium
May 30-31: The New River Symposium will once again celebrate the ecological and social values of the New River, bringing together the river's diverse constituents and providing a forum for partnership, research and policy development. It will focus on the past, present and possible futures of the New River; its tributaries and its places and people. Contributions from the sciences, the arts and humanities; from economics and policy; and from the communities of the river and it's watershed are invited. REGISTER
VHSL Track Meet
May 30-June 1: The Virginia High School League spring sports tournament for single and double A track and field will be held at the Dedmon Center. State athletes and their families will travel to the New River Valley for the weekend’s state tournament finals.
MALIA (Mid-Atlantic Library Alliance)
May 31: MALIA Spring Professional Development Day will feature workshops for librarians in the areas of consumer oriented research and motivating employees. FOR MORE INFORMATION
SUUSI Pre-planning meeting
May 31-June 2: Planning meeting for leaders of the Southeast Unitarian Universalist Summer Institute.
VHSL Spring Jubilee
June 6 - 9: The Virginia High School League spring sports tournament for single and double A sports will be held at the Dedmon Center and surrounding New River Valley complexes. Approximately 2,000 state athletes and their families will travel to the New River Valley for the weekend’s state tournament finals.
THE AMERICAN LEGION BOYS STATE OF VIRGINIA
June 16-22: A week long school teaching youth "AMERICANISM" for approximately 800 boys, rising high school seniors from all across the Commonwealth of Virginia, who are nominated by thier schools and selected by the local American Legion Posts.
Goodwill Industries of the Valleys
June 17-20: GOODWILL Career Exploration Participants will participate in career theme days featuring career opportunities in Healthcare, Business, Information Technology and Sciences and Criminal Justice.
June 23 - July 20: This will be the third year that Radford University hosts a Summer Residential Governor’s School. Four hundred high school students from across the Commonwealth are expected to attend. Plans are being made for the group to take humanities and visual & performing arts courses similar to last year’s curriculum. They will lodge in the Governors Quad residence halls, dine in Dalton Dining Hall, and participate in many college style recreational activities.
June 24-28: For the fourth year, the College of Science and Technology will host and direct Camp Invention, a fun-filled week of investigations, experiments and engineering challenges that will blow your child's mind! This high-energy day camp is for rising first through sixth graders and is sponsored by the National Inventors Hall of Fame. For questions or to register.
Men's Basketball Team Camp
June 29-30: For more informaiton.
New River Valley Planning District Commission Livability Initiative
June 27-30: Radford University Conference Services is providing residence hall style housing for Karate College participants on campus. Karate College is operated by Dr. Jerry Beasley of Radford University and is being held at the Radford Recreation Center in Radford, Va. Several hundred participants are expected to attend, including international visitors, although not all will lodge at Radford University. Please feel free to visit AIKIA.
ISIP Summer Dance
July 1-11: The International Intensive Summer Dance Program is sponsored and managed by Radford University Department of Dance. This classically based program is ideal for serious and dedicated ballet students age 11 and older. Ballet and character classes will be taught by internationally recognized certified teachers. For more information
CSAT Summer Bridge
July 7-12: The weeklong residential program, which began in 2006, underscores the College of Science of Technology’s commitment to educating female students for future educational and professional opportunities available to them in mathematics, science, and information technology fields. Approximately 60 students will attend this weeklong program at no cost; scholarships were provided by Dominion, Novozymes Biologicals, Inc., and Project Discovery.
Women's Volleyball Camp
July 12-17: Tentative
July 19-20: Approximately 300 program organizers gather to get set up for the Southeast Unitarian Universalist Summer Institute.
July 21-27: For the Southeast Unitarian Universalist Summer Institute, approximately 1000 people of all ages, from all states, converge at Radford University this week to enjoy a community of nature, worship, music, friends, and fun.
Reevo United Soccer Club Men's Camp
July 26-27: For more information.
Note: All events are subject to completion of contractual agreements and university approval.
Wilderness First Aid
October 5-6: Wilderness First Aid is being organized by Dr. Anja Wittington and focuses on the basic skills of: response and assessment, musculoskeletal injuries, evnironmental emergencies, survival skills, soft tissue injuries, and medical emergencies. Topics include a variety of common backcountry injuries, patient care and treatment and skills on how to improvise. Registration