News & Events

  1. Radford School of Nursing continues excellent licensing exam pass rate results  »

    2/2/2017

    For the fifth consecutive year, Radford’s SON graduates surpassed the national average pass rate by first-time test takers of the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).

  2. Marketing professor listed among social media’s top influencers »

    2/1/2017

    Associate Marketing Professor Gary Schirr has been named to Brand Quarterly’s 2016 list of 50 Marketing Thought Leaders over 50.

  3. Recent graduate to teach in Bangladesh »

    2/1/2017

    Tonya Gardner ’16 is traveling to Bangladesh to teach the basics of art for three months.

  4. Arts Society celebrates six years of successful Give Your Heart to Art Events »

    1/31/2017

    This year’s Give Your Heart to Art evening, held Jan. 20, 2017, in the Covington Center for the Arts celebrated donor generosity. The evening provided guest speakers, a first look at upcoming exhibitions, and a special showing of work purchased with proceeds from previous events.

  5. Power restored to campus, Jan. 31, 2017 »

    1/31/2017

    Power has been restored to campus after an outage this afternoon, Tuesday Jan. 31, 2017.

  6. Radford University hosts campus forum for economic development and community partnerships »

    1/31/2017

    Members of the Radford University campus community gathered in the Center for the Sciences planetarium on Jan. 24 to suggest strategic ideas to help strengthen the university's role in local and regional economic development and its partnerships within the community.

  7. Radford IEC team takes state and regional leadership posts »

    1/31/2017

    For 2017, both International Education Center Director Paul Currant and Assistant IEC Director Theresa King have taken chair positions with organizations that deepen the connection between academe and the global community.

  8. A message to the Radford University Family on the recent presidential executive order »

    1/30/2017

    President Hemphill addresses the recent presidential executive order. At this time, Radford University does not have any students who are directly impacted.