News & Events

Upcoming Events

  1. Dine on Diversity  »

    Wednesday Mar 29

    All day

    There IS such a thing as a free lunch! Please join us for stimulating conversation exploring topics related to diversity and inclusion while enjoying a complimentary lunch in Heth 157. This event recurs every other Wednesday.

News

  1. Commemorative Program celebrates King's legacy »

    1/19/2017

    The many talents of Radford University's students, faculty, staff and distinguished guests took center stage on Jan. 17 to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

  2. Students spring to service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. »

    1/17/2017

    Spring semester classes didn't start until Jan. 17, but many chose to return to campus early to participate in the university's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.

  3. Journalist Roland Martin announced as keynote speaker of MLK Jr. Program »

    12/14/2016

    Renowned journalist Roland Martin, lauded for his honest and hard-hitting news delivery, will be the guest speaker at Radford University's Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program.

  4. Global Café a cultural experience for campus community »

    11/14/2016

    This fall, the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) has introduced a new cultural program called Global Café.

  5. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service scheduled; calling all volunteers »

    11/9/2016

    Radford University is seeking volunteers for the fourth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, scheduled for Jan. 16, 2017.

  6. Diverse student population is at the heart of Radford University »

    10/24/2016

    Radford University’s student body has become increasingly more diverse in recent years.

  7. Awards ceremony applauds campus diversity »

    4/27/2016

    The fourth annual R.E.D. (Recognizing Excellence in Diversity) Awards ceremony was held April 21.

  8. Latino Heritage Month Dinner to celebrate past, present and future »

    10/8/2015

    The 2015 Latino Heritage Month Dinner will take place in Muse Banquet Hall on Oct. 12 from 6 to 8 p.m.