News Releases

  1. NRV Leaders look to passenger rail service to enhance New River Valley quality of life  »

    8/19/2016

    To present a united appeal, more than 70 leaders of municipalities and community organizations representing the citizens of the New River Valley convened for the New River Rail 2020 Legislative Reception Aug. 16 in Radford University’s Kyle Hall.

  2. Meet the Makers: Radford University’s MakerSpaces »

    8/18/2016

    A MakerSpace is a spot for students and faculty to create, build or design. Radford University has a variety of spaces that allow for various disciplines to devise solutions to problems or invent fun and useful things. 

  3. President Hemphill discusses priorities with New River Valley alumni »

    8/17/2016

    New River Valley alumni representing seven decades of graduates gathered at Sinkland Farms in Christiansburg to hear Radford University’s seventh president Dr. Brian O. Hemphill discuss his initiatives to transform Radford University.

  4. Nease named Sustainability Manager »

    8/16/2016

    Radford University has named Josh Nease as its new sustainability manager and academic program manager for the university’s Selu Conservancy.

  5. SVEA chapter wins award for third straight year »

    8/16/2016

    For the third consecutive year, Radford University’s Student Virginia Education Association (SVEA) chapter has been recognized by its parent organization.

  6. Radford University economics faculty member discusses presidential candidates’ economic plans »

    8/16/2016

    As presidential candidates reveal their economic plans, Radford University Assistant Economics Professor Thomas Duncan talked with WDBJ 7 about how those plans could affect Southwest Virginia.

  7. President Hemphill discusses his vision for Radford University with Roanoke area alumni »

    8/15/2016

    Close to 200 alumni gathered at the Taubman Museum in Roanoke on August 11, 2016 to meet Radford University’s seventh president Brian O. Hemphill and hear his vision for their alma mater’s future.