News & Events

  1. The Princeton Review ranks RU among greenest U.S. campuses »


    The Princeton Review once again has recognized Radford University for its commitment to building and maintaining a sustainable, environmentally friendly campus.

  2. Radford University joins group seeking to bring passenger rail service to the New River Valley »


    Radford University has joined an initiative by regional municipalities, businesses and higher education institutions to return passenger rail service to the New River Valley.

  3. Radford's next Dean of the College of Education and Human Development selected »


    Dr. Kenna Colley has been selected as Radford University's next dean of the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).

  4. Greeks on-the-go during annual Greek Week festivities »


    A friendly game of kickball on April 13 launched Radford University's Greek Week activities.

  5. Radford University says thank you »


    On Saturday, April 11, Radford University said thank you to its most generous supporters during the afternoon's Partners in Excellence Celebration and an evening garden reception at the Governor Tyler House.

  6. Communication students get in touch with their futures »


    For Radford University communication students, the sixth annual Communication Week – dubbed this year as "Color Me Coms" – offered a plethora of opportunities to engage with professional communicators and one another.

  7. WCHHS students and faculty convene for second annual interprofessional research symposium »


    The Waldron College of Health and Human Services (WCHHS) community will convene for the second Interprofessional Symposium and Expo (IPS&E) on April 14 in Heth Hall.

  8. Appalachian Studies chair selected for prestigious summer scholar institute »


    Radford University's Director of Appalachian Studies Theresa Burriss has been selected as one of 25 scholars who will attend a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute in Concord, Massachusetts this year.