News Releases

  1. Radford University selects Wendy Lowery as next vice president for Advancement »

    6/14/2017

    Radford University today named Wendy Lowery to be the University's next vice president for Advancement.

  2. Radford University names Lowery Vice President for University Advancement »

    6/14/2017

    As a result of the Search Committee's strong collaboration and diligent efforts, and the valuable input from throughout the Radford family during candidate campus visits, I am pleased to announce the selection of Wendy Lowery as Radford University's next vice president for University Advancement.

  3. Quest 2017 welcomes transfer students to campus  »

    6/9/2017

    New Radford University students received a warm welcome to campus during the first Quest sessions of summer 2017.

  4. Full RiteCare© summer schedule will enhance children's literacy and language skills »

    6/8/2017

    In June, Radford’s Department of Communications Science and Disorders (COSD) and the Scottish Rite Foundation will host a series of clinics to help children enhance their communication and literacy skills.

  5. Music bridges culture, therapy »

    6/7/2017

    A music therapy professor and graduate student are traveling across the globe to share their knowledge on their profession.

  6. Radford University awarded nationally prestigious science grant to boost campus Makers movement and STEM education »

    6/7/2017

    The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) - the largest private, nonprofit supporter of science education in the United States - announced today that Radford University is the recipient of an exclusive $1 million grant as part of the institute's new Inclusive Excellence initiative.

  7. Class creates, hangs exhibit »

    6/7/2017

    Radford University students in a museum studies course practiced the intricacies of designing and installing their own exhibition as part of a class project this spring.

  8. Campus readies for Quest 2017 summer sessions »

    6/6/2017

    Red shirts paved the way to the faculty and staff Quest briefing session on June 1, signaling that new Highlanders will be making their way to campus.