News & Events

  1. Radford in the Media – MLK Day of Service edition »

    1/17/2017

    Radford University spring semester classes started Jan. 17, but many students and faculty chose to return to campus early to participate in the university's fourth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. A number of regional media outlets reported the university community’s numerous volunteer and community outreach efforts.

  2. Appalachian Studies students give life to Clinch River stories »

    1/17/2017

    A group of Radford University students spent the fall semester assisting the Clinch River Valley Initiative in collecting stories from people who live in towns along the river. 

  3. Changes made to university's WiFi network »

    1/12/2017

    To enhance wireless network access, the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) discontinued "rusecure" and users should now transition to “Radford_Wireless.”

  4. Teaching moments transform experience into practical knowledge »

    1/10/2017

    Assistant Professor Michael Meindl turns his diverse experience into professional training for students at Radford University.

  5. Radford University seeks community input on economic development and partnerships »

    1/6/2017

    Radford University will be hosting a forum at the City of Radford Recreation Center (200 George Street, Radford) on Jan. 19, 6-8 p.m. to provide recommendations regarding the university’s future economic development and community partnership initiatives and programs in conjunction with work underway to develop the university’s new strategic plan.

  6. Radford in the media »

    1/4/2017

    Radford University professors were featured in media outlets over the holiday break.

  7. In time for holiday browsing, the Winter 2017 edition of The Magazine of Radford University is online »

    12/22/2016

    While enjoying the holidays and preparing for a new year, catch the Radford campus vibe in the latest edition of The Magazine of Radford University.

  8. President Hemphill talks economic development and community partnerships  »

    12/20/2016

    President Brian Hemphill spoke about university partnership opportunities at the New River Valley Economic Development Alliance’s quarterly investor’s luncheon, held Dec. 14 in Kyle Hall.