News Releases

  1. Sixth graders go to college, for a day »

    11/10/2017

    The School of Teacher Education and Leadership hosted students from Roanoke’s William Byrd Middle as part of the College in Six initiative, which gives sixth graders an opportunity to visit colleges to learn more about the higher education experience.

  2. Bottled or tap? »

    11/9/2017

    In a taste test, could you tell the difference between tap and bottled water? The Radford University Sustainability Internship Team is on a mission to answer that question and to determine which, if either, taste better.

  3. Students participate in campus safety walk »

    11/9/2017

    Dozens of Radford University students, representing a range of clubs and organizations, participated in the Nov. 6 campus safety walk.

  4. HHP faculty member active in athletic training leadership development »

    11/9/2017

    Radford University Health and Human Performance Assistant Professor Ellen K. Payne has been accepted to participate in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Leadership Development Certificate program.

  5. Alumnus brings energy to BB&T Global Capitalism Lecture Series »

    11/9/2017

    Jamie Webster ’98, a senior director at the Boston Consultant Group Center for Energy Impact delivered the keynote address Nov. 3 at the College of Business and Economics BB&T Global Capitalism Lecture Series Luncheon. 

  6. Mildred Rigney Johnson named to be the next dean of Admissions »

    11/8/2017

    Radford University has named Mildred Rigney Johnson, M.S. ‘81 to be the next dean of Admissions.

  7. Professor featured on morning show »

    11/7/2017

    Luke William Hunt, assistant professor of Criminal Justice at Radford University, was interviewed by Canada TV, which has Canada’s only nationally broadcast morning show, regarding the terror attack in New York City.

  8. 'Speech & Debate' cast deliver intense performance »

    11/6/2017

    The audience of “Speech & Debate” received a heavy dose of reality, which covered intense material in the lives of a small group of high school students.