February 13, 1924: Name changed to “Radford State Teacher’s College.”
February 13, 1960: Radford College was first represented at the College Drama Festival in Richmond, Virginia, with the play “Riders to the Sea.”
February 22-24, 1963: Radford College girls attended a mock U.N. Assembly held in Blacksburg. Delegations came from colleges all over Virginia- two of which represented Radford in the assembly.
February 19, 1964: Name change to “Radford College” (Legislation approved to dissolve marriage between V.P.I. and Radford College).
February 8, 1980: The Radford University Athletic Association was approved by the Board of Directors of the RU Foundation.
February, 1987: A US Supreme Court Justice (1962-1965) and a United States Ambassador to the UN, Arthur Goldberg served as a Distinguished Visiting Professor during the 1987-1989 academic years teaching a Bicentennial course on the U.S. Constitution.
February 14-15, 2006: The State Council for Higher Education’s Site Team convened on campus to review proposals for doctorial degrees in psychology and physical therapy.
February 5, 2009: RU Advocacy Day was held for the seventh year and included student representatives, faculty, members of the Board, and President Penelope W. Kyle traveling to the State Capital in Richmond to meet with the Commonwealth’s legislators.
February 9, 2009: Radford University was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.