News & Events

  1. Members of the Class of 1967 celebrate their Golden Reunion »

    10/10/2017

    President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D. welcomed alumnae from the Class of 1967 to the Governor Tyler House to celebrate their Golden Reunion on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017.

  2. RU Mobile rolls out new features »

    10/9/2017

    The RU Mobile app now has two of the most sought after features that allow users to save time and be more productive while on the go.  

  3. Radford hosts renowned psychologist »

    10/9/2017

    Radford University hosted renowned psychologist Thomas Zentall on Sept. 22 in Heth Hall for a discussion regarding the origins of gambling behavior based on pigeon research.

  4. ESPN's Marty Smith among alumni honored at luncheon »

    10/9/2017

    ESPN journalist and television host Marty Smith ’98 was one of four honorees at the 2017 Alumni Volunteer Leadership Business Lunch and Awards Ceremony, held Friday, Oct. 6 in Kyle Hall.

  5. 100 Girls of Code event helps empower young women in information technology »

    10/9/2017

    Robots, planets, bits and bytes were the subjects of the day on Sept. 30 as girls from across the New River Valley gathered at Radford University to take part in a 100 Girls of Code event.

  6. Research could help prevent fatal outcomes of pediatric blunt force trauma »

    10/9/2017

    Research recently conducted by Drs. Donna and Cliff Boyd, co-directors of Radford University’s Forensic Science Institute (RUFSI), and senior anthropological sciences major Kimber Cheek could help mitigate and perhaps prevent the fatal outcomes of pediatric blunt force trauma.

  7. Explore the upcoming Major and Minors Fair »

    10/9/2017

    The Majors and Minors Fair will be held on Oct. 10 from 1-3 p.m. on the lower level of Heth Hall and is open to pre-majors, as well as students who have already declared a major or minor.

  8. Historic grant propels Radford University to national forefront »

    10/6/2017

    Radford University's IMPACT program was awarded a historic three-year, $13.8 million grant by the U.S. Department of Education’s Supporting Effective Educator Development Grant Program. The grant began on Oct. 1 and runs through Sept. 30, 2020 and is the largest grant in the history of Radford University and boosts Radford’s annual grant funding by more than 50 percent in the first fiscal year.