News Releases

  1. Virginia STEAM Academy puts middle-school students in class with RU professors »

    7/21/2015

    For five days, 63 bright middle-school students from around Virginia gathered on the Radford University campus to indulge their scientific curiosities at Summer STEAM Academy.

  2. Food drive helps feed Radford children in need »

    7/21/2015

    The members of School's Out Lunch Delivery (SOLD), a program run by Radford University Doctor of Psychology in Counseling Psychology (Psy.D.) students, managed to "stuff the orange car" at their July 18 food drive.

  3. Radford University hires Deputy Title IX Coordinator »

    7/21/2015

    Radford University has hired Geoffrey P. Gabriel to serve as Deputy Title IX coordinator in the Office of Diversity and Equity.

  4. Radford University international dance program featured in Roanoke Times »

    7/17/2015

    The RUBY International Summer Intensive Program (ISIP), and annual, two-week ballet program was recently featured in the Roanoke Times.

  5. Psy.D. students to hold food drive for local children in need »

    7/16/2015

    School's Out Lunch Delivery (SOLD), a program run by Radford University Psy.D. students, will host a food drive to benefit the community’s underserved children at Kroger in Fairlawn, Virginia, on July 18, between 9 a.m. and noon.

  6. Site calls Radford University a 'top choice' »

    7/13/2015

    An online college search publication has ranked Radford University among the top 50 colleges in the South.

  7. Master of Occupational Therapy Winter Class of 2014 posts perfect certification exam pass rate results »

    7/7/2015

    Graduates of the Radford University Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) program have burnished the school’s reputation for excellence.

  8. Radford University to host record-breaking Summer Bridge class »

    7/7/2015

    For the tenth year, the Radford University College of Science and Technology will host the Summer Bridge Program of exploration of science, technology and mathematics for high school-aged women.