News Releases

  1. History professor uses experiences to guide students »

    10/14/2016

    History Associate Professor Suzanne Ament uses her vast real-world experiences to guide how she teaches at Radford University.

  2. Optimism and renewal mark Radford University Inauguration ceremony »

    10/13/2016

    To commemorate the inauguration of President Brian O. Hemphill on Oct. 13, the Radford University community and guests from across the nation gathered on Moffett Lawn.  

  3. Campus collects more than 14,000 items for Radford Gives Back food drive »

    10/12/2016

    A campuswide service project called Radford Gives Back resulted in the collection of more than 14,000 non-perishable food items to benefit local food assistance programs.

  4. Choral collaboration combines biology with music »

    10/12/2016

    New choral director Meredith Bowen is using an unlikely source to guide an upcoming concert – biology.

  5. Radford University instructor writes guide for special education educators »

    10/12/2016

    Radford University faculty member Darren Minarik is co-author of a new book that serves as a guide for elementary through high school educators who teach social studies in inclusive general education settings.

  6. R-SPaCE awarded at collegiate conference »

    10/11/2016

    Radford University's Student Programming and Campus Events (R-SPaCE) organization brought home two awards from the 2016 National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) South Regional Conference.

  7. Town-gown partnership impacts Radford and Fairlawn communities »

    10/11/2016

    Radford University partnered with local faith-based organizations on Oct. 1 for the Operation Inasmuch Day of Service.

  8. Hurricane Matthew brings a touch of Scotland to 20th annual Highlanders Festival »

    10/11/2016

    Musicians, athletes and festivalgoers shrugged off Hurricane Matthew’s bluster to celebrate the Highlander tradition of merrymaking at the 20th annual Radford Highlanders Festival in Bisset Park on Oct. 8.