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  1. Summer Bridge inspires young women in STEM »

    7/19/2017

    The Artis College of Science and Technology hosted the annual Summer Bridge Program from July 9-14 for female sophomore, junior and senior high school students.

  2. Radford University team prepares for August’s total solar eclipse »

    7/19/2017

    Solar physicist Mike Freed will lead a team of 10 students on Aug. 21 to Nashville, Tennessee, to witness the first total solar eclipse since 1979.

  3. Council on Undergraduate Research project to enhance undergraduate research curricula  »

    7/18/2017

    Radford University was recently selected to participate in the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Transformations Project that will examine and enhance the university’s undergraduate research-based opportunities over the next four years.

  4. You can learn a lot from a tree »

    6/28/2017

    Geospatial Science Associate Professor Stockton Maxwell will speak about tree rings and climate change in an interview on the With Good Reason public radio program.

  5. Radford research trip flourishes in the Amazon »

    6/28/2017

    Twenty-nine students, along with four faculty members, are participating in the 2017 Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE), a three-week trip to Peru.

  6. Camp Invention whets scientific curiosity »

    6/27/2017

    The Center for the Sciences bubbled with curiosity and creativity June 23 as more than 80 Camp Invention participants joined their families for a showcase of youthful innovation.

  7. Students travel across the galaxy »

    6/15/2017

    When Check Elementary School pulled up to Radford University on June 14, it was many students’ first visit to an institution of higher education.

  8. Radford University awarded nationally prestigious science grant to boost campus Makers movement and STEM education »

    6/7/2017

    The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) - the largest private, nonprofit supporter of science education in the United States - announced today that Radford University is the recipient of an exclusive $1 million grant as part of the institute's new Inclusive Excellence initiative.

  9. Radford University Geology Department digitizes and donates maps to local Scout reservation  »

    5/15/2017

    Generations of Scouts will be able to better navigate and explore a beloved outdoor destination thanks to the efforts of Radford University's Geology Department.

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