News & Events

  1. Students take the plunge for Special Olympics »

    3/22/2016

    Dozens of Radford University students took a dip in the icy New River on March 19 in support of Special Olympics.

  2. Professor Emeritus' new book highlights work of Emma Bell Miles »

    3/18/2016

    Radford University English and Appalachian Studies Professor Emeritus Grace Toney Edwards is the editor of the newly released book The Common Lot and Other Stories: The Published Short Fiction, 1908-1921 by Emma Bell Miles.

  3. Senator Mark Warner to serve as Radford University Spring 2016 Commencement speaker »

    3/18/2016

    U.S. Sen. Mark Warner will serve as the keynote speaker at Radford University's 2016 Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 7th, at 10 a.m. on the university's Moffett Lawn.

  4. Faculty authors to be celebrated in April »

    3/18/2016

    This April the campus community will acknowledge the many successes of the university’s published scholars.

  5. Professional science academy honors Radford research team »

    3/18/2016

    A Radford University team of faculty and students were awarded the Ellis R. Kerley Award for excellence in the effort to research and develop methods of forensic identification.

  6. Radford social work student publishes personal journey of abuse and recovery »

    3/18/2016

    A long road led Autumn Alexander from Detroit to Radford University where she is learning to help others survive, or avoid, ordeals she knows all too well.

  7. Student program to address consent, sexual assault »

    3/18/2016

    An upcoming theatrical production will address topics important to college students across the nation.

  8. Acclaimed jazz pianist to perform and teach at Radford »

    3/16/2016

    Grammy Award-nominated stride pianist Judy Carmichael will be featured March 23 at 6:30 p.m. in “An Evening With Judy Carmichael” in Radford University’s Bondurant Auditorium.