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Summer seems like a distant memory. The current semester is in full swing as are the CVPA events. We decided to take a breather and remember those months past by catching you up with how some of our faculty spent those months.
Dr. Richard Bay abd Dr. Carlee Bradbury, Department of Art faculty members, won Radford University Foundation Awards.
The Department of Theatre and Cinema announces its casts for three fall semester theatre productions. The plays are “The Waiting Room”, “The Zoo Story”, and “The Cat in the Hat.”
The Madison Trio is the first of three concerts in the 2015-16 season by the Radford University Department of Music. This concert starts at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 in the Performance Hall in the Covington Center.
Compañia Flamenca José Porcel brings “Flamenco Fire,” a colorful performance honoring the art of traditional flamenco in its golden age to Radford University Sept. 29.
Design management major Chloe Hughes is a student with a plan. Rather than just the desire to earn a degree, she wants more. This transfer student from Virginia Western Community College wishes to feel challenged in order to better herself.
The 2009 finding of the Staffordshire Hoard inspired what began as a conference presentation and has grown into a new book called “The South Station Hoard: Imagining, Creating, and Empowering Violent Remains.” This is a collaboration between Dr. Carlee Bradbury, alumni and a professor from Adelphi University.
Bright colorful depictions of tribal mythology are the subject of a Radford University Art Museum exhibition of modern-day Pardhan Gond art from central India, curated by John H. Bowles.
Two faculty members received promotions and several others were honored for their years of service to Radford University. One staff member was given a service award as well.
Borling, a Radford University professor and director of music therapy, is an active support mechanism for workers involved with aftermath-community care for Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. A man fatally shot 20 students and six adult staff members Dec. 14, 2012.
CVPA News From University Relations
As an enhancement to a student’s academic experience, international study is a valuable investment with real benefits.
Capt. Daniel W. Boothe ’06 found a way to combine his desire to serve with his love of music when he became a conductor for the U.S. Air Force Bands.
Students at the 2015 Virginia Summer Residential Governor's Schools in the Humanities and Visual and Performing Arts will long remember new friendships and learning opportunities after the programs come to a close on July 25.
The RUBY International Summer Intensive Program (ISIP), and annual, two-week ballet program was recently featured in the Roanoke Times.
Some of the state's finest high school students will take center stage again at Radford University again as the Virginia Summer Residential Governor's Schools in the Humanities and the Visual and Performing Arts return to campus.