News & Events

  1. Media highlights Criminal Justice crime scene practicum »


    Criminal Justice Professor Tod Burke’s Criminal Investigative Theory class walked into a middle of a mock crime scene, where students used the same methods and practices as real police officers in analyzing and securing a crime scene. WDBJ7 covered the hands-on practicum.

  2. Historic theatre troupe ventures to Radford University »


    America’s longest running touring theatre company, National Players, brings the Shakespeare classic “Othello” to Radford University’s campus on Monday, Nov. 13 as part of the University Performance Series.

  3. Radford assistant professor, former FBI special agent weighs in on Mueller’s investigation »


    Former FBI agent and current Radford University Criminal Justice Assistant Professor Luke William Hunt spoke with members of the media about Mueller’s unfolding investigation.

  4. Campus collects thousands of food items during Radford Gives Back »


    The Radford University campus community joined forces with the city of Radford this week to collect more than 15,000 food items for area school children.

  5. Radford University welcomes physical education professionals and students for 10th annual VAHPERD workshop »


    Health and physical education professionals from regional K-12 schools and a group of Radford University physical and health education teaching majors recently participated in the VAHPERD workshop on campus. 

  6. OURS reception showcases student-faculty research projects »


    Students and faculty gathered in the Joseph P. Scartelli Atrium on Oct. 20 to recognize research achievements at the inaugural Celebration of Student and Faculty Collaborative Research program.

  7. Family fun, sun highlight Highlanders Festival »


    Blue skies and sunshine greeted the musicians, athletes and festival goers who gathered at Bisset Park on Oct. 21 to celebrate the 21st Radford Highlanders Festival.

  8. PRSSA chapter attends national conference »


    Three members of Radford University’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) attended the national Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and PRSSA conference in Boston from Oct. 6-10.