News & Events

  1. Music biz professional offers a crash course in the recording industry »

    3/1/2016

    Jim Fox, CEO of Lion and Fox recording studios, shared his insights on multi-media production, starting a business and building a customer base in a Feb. 29 event.

  2. Developing world educators »

    3/1/2016

    Whether it's preparing Radford University students for careers as classroom educators or guiding current teachers through avenues of professional development, Smith is passionate and persistent in providing both groups access to a world of resources.

  3. Radford University and Radford City Public Schools collaborate on the Techno Prom Make Event »

    3/1/2016

    The worlds of fashion and high technology collided for a group of intrepid middle school students at Radford University's Techno Prom Maker Events.

  4. Congressman Griffith shares inside look at legislative activities with nursing student »

    3/1/2016

    During his visit to the Leadership in Nursing class on Feb. 19, Congressman Morgan Griffith shared advice and observations on legislative issues, processes and policies at both the federal and state levels.

  5. Radford University Celebrates the Chinese Year of the Monkey »

    3/1/2016

    Radford University and the New River Valley community gathered to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

  6. Radford STEM majors explore opportunities at career and internship Fair  »

    3/1/2016

    Students and industry representatives networked at booths that filled the main floor of the new Center of the Sciences at the STEM Career and Internship Fair on Feb. 24.

  7. CSAT recruiting for summer science and technology camps »

    3/1/2016

    Registration is underway for two summer programs hosted by the College of Science and Technology (CSAT): Summer Bridge and Camp Invention.

  8. Korean exchange students wrap up whirlwind nursing exchange experience  »

    3/1/2016

    Four Korean nursing students who spent two weeks with Radford colleagues bid a fond and reflective farewell Feb. 18 in Cook Hall with a wrap-up presentation.