News Releases

  1. Virginia accrediting body okays Radford online continuing education initiative for nurses »

    6/3/2016

    The Radford University School of Nursing (SON) was awarded approval status as a provider of continuing education in nursing by the Virginia Nurses Association (VNA).

  2. Radford COSD faculty and students host full RiteCare© summer schedule to enhance children's literacy and language skills »

    6/3/2016

    Beginning June 6, Radford’s Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders (COSD) and the Scottish Rite Foundation will host four clinics in the Waldron Hall to help children develop and enhance their communication and literacy skills.

  3. Radford opens critical certificate program for advanced practice nursing professionals »

    6/3/2016

    To meet a dire shortage, Radford University is now offering a Post-Master’s Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate.

  4. RU research team explores science and the jungle  »

    5/31/2016

    Sixteen undergraduate student researchers from Radford University have convened the Radford Amazon Research Expedition.

  5. Monthly brown bag session on caregiving to feature Radford University expertise »

    5/26/2016

    Radford University’s Interprofessional Gerontology Consortium (IGC) will host Caregiver Support, a monthly brown-bag lunch series for faculty, staff and their families as well as the general public.

  6. School of Nursing makes opioid education key part of advanced practice nursing curriculum »

    5/26/2016

    The SON is part of the National Opioid Education Campaign, a partnership of the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the White House and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN).

  7. Radford University made Nicholson a national contender »

    5/26/2016

    Anna Nicholson ‘16 used the interior design skills she learned at Radford University to impress judges in a national contest from Sherwin-Williams.

  8. The Limitless SCI »

    5/20/2016

    At Radford University, public service is paramount. But, then again, so is academic inquiry. So which comes first: civic engagement or academic/theoretical learning?