Radford University

Radford University, located in Radford in the U.S. state of Virginia, is one of the state's eight doctoral-degree granting public universities. Originally founded in 1910, Radford offers comprehensive curricula for undergraduates in more than 100 fields, and graduate programs including the M.F.A., M.B.A. and specialized doctoral programs in health-related professions.

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Phil Leftwich - Biography
... He played college baseball at Radford University, where he was Radford University's first all-conference and all-state pitcher ... the first person to go into major league baseball from Radford University ... In 1995 he was inducted into the Radford University Athletic Hall of Fame as part of its inaugural class ...
Donald Dedmon
... and doctorate degree in oral education from University of Iowa ... administration positions at Colorado State University ... After serving at Colorado State University he became vice president at Marshall University, and eventually acting president of the University, where he would lead the campus through the November 14, 1970 ...
Radford University - Administration
... Radford current president is Penelope Ward Kyle, who has served in that role since 2005 ... The university's administration is overseen by a 13-member board that was created under Virginia state law ...

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