Born in Canada to parents of Serbian descent, Professor Radulovich completed his Bachelor and Master degrees in History at the University of Western Ontario. While there, he played on Canada’s national champion football team in 1989. After a brief stint in the Canadian Football League, he returned to school, earning a Masters in Social Studies Education at Niagara University in Western New York. Stints teaching in Canadian high schools and working as a political aide finally led him to Pennsylvania where he taught AP European History and Civics at Apollo Ridge High School for 5 years. After completing course work, comprehensive exams and language study at Ohio University, he is in the process of completing his dissertation which deals with the role of ideology in Soviet-Yugoslav relations during World War II.
Hired full time in the fall of 2006, his primary responsibility at Fairmont State is to prepare Social Studies teachers for certification in West Virginia. He mentors Mentoring about 50 to 60 pre-Education and Education majors along with a few History majors. During the fall and spring semesters, he is frequently out at local middle and high schools to check in on our student teachers. He also teaches the US History and World Civilization surveys and upper level classes in Russian, Early Modern, 19th Century and Recent European History. Occasionally, he teaches special topics course in his academic specialty, Balkan History or an intense treatment of Totalitarianism.
He became an American citizen in March of 2005 and lives with his wife and two daughters outside of Pittsburgh, making the long commute to Fairmont. In addition to interests in sports, education and history, he plays upright bass in ethnic folk orchestras in Canada and Pennsylvania, averaging 12 to 15 gigs a year.