News Releases

  1. Campus encouraged to participate in Her-Story Celebration »

    2/24/2017

    The Radford University community is invited to participate in the 14th annual Her-Story Celebration as part of National Women's History Month.

  2. Southwest Virginia Juried Student Show on display in Radford »

    2/24/2017

    Amid the hustle and bustle of downtown Radford lies an art museum designed to showcase student work to the public. On display at the Radford University Art Museum Downtown are photographs submitted to the Southwest Virginia Juried Student Photography Competition.

  3. COBE connects students with alumni at business boot camp »

    2/22/2017

    Days before returning to campus to begin the spring semester, a group of Radford University College of Business and Economics majors took a couple of days away from their winter breaks to learn more about the business world from a select group of the college’s successful alumni.

  4. RecycleMania is underway »

    2/22/2017

    Just weeks into RecycleMania, campus participants have recycled 27,600 pounds of single stream and cardboard items.

  5. Creative Services wins bronze  »

    2/22/2017

    The awards keep piling up for Creative Services. The Scholar-Citizen Initiative (SCI) poster series earned Radford University’s Creative Services team its second award in two weeks by taking home the bronze award for the poster category at the 32nd Annual Educational Advertising Awards.

  6. RUBY student invited to competition finals »

    2/21/2017

    Radford University Ballet Youth (RUBY) had a student invited to the Youth America Grand Prix finals, a large international ballet competition.

  7. Department of Information Technology to host Cyber Security Challenge »

    2/21/2017

    The Department of Information and Technology will host a Cyber Security Challenge for high school students.

  8. Radford University selects Graham Glynn as next provost and vice president for Academic Affairs »

    2/21/2017

    Radford University has named Graham E. Glynn to be the University's next provost and vice president for Academic Affairs.