News Releases

  1. President Kyle hosts Holiday Reception »

    12/17/2015

    President Penelope W. Kyle welcomed faculty, staff and students to the Dec. 12 Holiday Reception.

  2. McGlothlin Celebration of Teaching announces keynote speaker »

    12/17/2015

    Author Liz Murray will deliver the keynote address at the 2016 McGlothlin Celebration of Teaching on April 7 at Radford University’s Bondurant Auditorium at Preston Hall.

  3. RU DPT students share joy as client receives special gift  »

    12/17/2015

    Watch as WSLS 10 captured the joy as Charli, a client of Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students who was born without hands and feet, receives a gift to go places.  

  4. Board of Visitors selects Dr. Brian O. Hemphill as next Radford University president »

    12/16/2015

    The Radford University Board of Visitors announced today the selection of Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D., as Radford University's 7th president, beginning July 1, 2016 when he will succeed Penelope W. Kyle, J.D. who is retiring after 11 years of service as Radford University’s president.

  5. OURS panel shares impact and value of their research and internship experiences »

    12/15/2015

    An overflow crowd of Radford University students explored the opportunities presented by undergraduate research and internship experience at the 2015 Summer Research Opportunities Student Panel on Dec. 3 in Heth Hall. 

  6. Celebrate and explore holiday lore at the RU Planetarium  »

    12/4/2015

    The celestial origins of the legends and celebrations surrounding the Christmas holidays are explored in Tis the Season, the Radford University Planetarium’s traditional holiday offering.

  7. RU represented at statewide cyber education conference »

    12/4/2015

    Radford University was represented at Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s Commonwealth Conference on Cyber and Education 2015 Conference at Northern Virginia Community College on Dec. 2. 

  8. COBE's innovation competition is not business as usual »

    12/4/2015

    More than 200 students competed last month in the COBE BB&T Innovation competition, a new endeavor by the college to spark creative and innovative thinking in the university’s student community.