News & Events

  1. Radford University Sustainability to screen ‘Before the Flood’ »

    1/24/2017

    Radford University Sustainability will screen the new National Geographic documentary film, “Before the Flood,” at 7 p.m., Jan. 31 in the Bonnie Auditorium. The screening is free and open to the public.

  2. Economics chair examines Hawaii's solar tax credit »

    1/24/2017

    Department of Economics Chair and Professor Prahlad Kasturi has published “The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Hawaii’s Solar Tax Credit” in the peer-reviewed International Journal of Economics and Policy.

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

    1/23/2017

    Radford University has embarked on a significant planning effort associated with the development of a five-year comprehensive strategic plan that will shape the university’s mission and vision for the 2018-2023 timeframe.

  4. Radford University releases report on regional and state economic impact »

    1/20/2017

    Radford University and its alumni generate an economic impact of more than $1 billion annually and support more than 8,400 jobs in Virginia, according to a report released by the university on Jan. 20.

  5. Going green in 2017 »

    1/19/2017

    Radford University Sustainability has a few New Year's resolutions tips to help you go green in 2017.

  6. Commemorative Program celebrates King's legacy »

    1/19/2017

    The many talents of Radford University's students, faculty, staff and distinguished guests took center stage on Jan. 17 to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

  7. Lights, camera, action: High-tech TV studio ready for primetime »

    1/19/2017

    The lights are ready to shine and the cameras roll inside the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) news television studio.

  8. What are the trendy foods for 2017? Nutrition and Dietetics alumna explains on D.C. morning TV show »

    1/19/2017

    Earning a degree in Radford University's nutrition and dietetics program can boost a graduate toward a coveted position as a registered dietitian. For Valerie Agyeman '15, it has also led to a TV gig.