News & Events

  1. Making economics fun for students and their teachers »


    Radford University's Department of Economics hosted its inaugural Economics Teachers Conference in August for secondary teachers to explore key topics in economic theory that are essential for students to learn before they enter college.

  2. Quiz Bowl registration opens, student teams can recruit faculty and staff »


    Teams competing in the Radford University Quiz Bowl, a knowledge competition sponsored by the Honors Academy, can now recruit ringers – Radford faculty and staff.

  3. Three traits define the Tom Raisbeck Memorial Games: Dedication, family and kilts »


    Dedication, family and kilts. Those are three defining traits of the Tom Raisbeck Memorial Games at the Radford Highlanders Festival, set for Saturday, October 21, 2017 at Bisset Park.

  4. Graduate College hosts orientation, networking event »


    The College of Graduate Studies and Research hosted an orientation and networking event for all Radford University graduate students on Sept. 6.

  5. Students explore extracurricular activities at Club Fair »


    Sounds of laughter and excitement attracted more than 3,000 students to Moffett Lawn on Sept. 7 where Club Fair proved another fun success.

  6. Radford advances in 2018 U.S. News & World Report College Rankings »


    For the sixth consecutive year, Radford University has been recognized as a best regional public university by U.S. News & World Report.

  7. Library names gallery space to honor photography professor »


    Library staff recently dedicated a wall space, located in the rear of the third floor of the library, to honor Assistant Professor Andrew Ross, who has been instrumental in turning the quaint study area into a prominent place for students to display their artwork.

  8. President Hemphill, students partake in open dialogue »


    Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill continued his open dialogue with the Radford University family on Sept. 5 when he hosted a Presidential Open Forum for students.