News & Events

  1. Book Buddies gets boost from alumnus Frank Beamer »

    9/21/2017

    The retired football coach and Radford alumnus recently made a donation to help promote literacy and aid education majors in the university’s Book Buddies program. Read more.

  2. Radford University partners with Fear 2 Freedom on Sept. 27 to raise awareness of sexual assault »

    9/21/2017

    Radford University is partnering for the third consecutive year with the global nonprofit organization Fear 2 Freedom to raise awareness of sexual assault and benefit victims throughout the New River Valley.

  3. Radford University ranks among greenest college campuses »

    9/21/2017

    The Princeton Review has again recognized Radford University for its commitment to building and maintaining a sustainable, environmentally friendly campus.

  4. Shred-A-Thon is Oct. 5 »

    9/20/2017

    Radford University Recycling is conducting Shred-A-Thon Oct. 5 to give the university community an opportunity to safely and securely shred and recycle unwanted documents.  

  5. MFA student hosts solo exhibition »

    9/20/2017

    MFA student Langley Anderson held the first solo student exhibition in the newly-named Andrew W. Ross Student Gallery in McConnell Library.

  6. Prelaw Society hosts U.S. District Court and FISA judge  »

    9/20/2017

    The Prelaw Society at Radford University hosted James P. Jones, a U.S. District Court Judge for the Western District of Virginia. In addition to Judge Jones’ normal docket, he currently has an appointment on the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC or FISA Court) in Washington, D.C. 

  7. RARE symposium to highlight student research, trip information »

    9/20/2017

    Students and faculty who embarked on this summer’s annual Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE), one of Radford University’s signature study abroad and research opportunities, will be presenting their research and providing information for future participants at the Sept. 28 RARE symposium.

  8. Radford University student found his passion and is rising to the top »

    9/20/2017

    Non-traditional student Steve Oake transferred to Radford during the fall 2013 semester to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Technology while specializing in software engineering and database administration.