News Releases

  1. IPEP Conference explores campus collaboration opportunities »

    3/28/2016

    Waldron College of Health and Human Services (WCHHS) and the School of Nursing hosted the first Interprofessional Education and Practice Conference (IPEP) March 22 to explore ways of deepening collaborative teaching and learning at Radford.

  2. Design Advisory Board meets on campus »

    3/25/2016

    Members of the Department of Design Advisory Board visited the Radford University campus to connect with the faculty members and students they support.

  3. Unique visual presentation opens "The Art of Science, the Science of Art" lecture series »

    3/25/2016

    Daniel Kariko, professor of fine art photography at East Carolina University, kicked off Radford University’s “The Art of Science, the Science of Art” lecture series with a presentation about his unique take on the relationship between art and science.

  4. Soon-to-be teachers flock to education career fair »

    3/24/2016

    Students looking for employment opportunities in PK-12 education packed into the Peters Hall gymnasium March 18 for the Spring Education Career Fair. 

  5. Muscling through spring break »

    3/24/2016

    A group of strength, fitness and conditioning majors did some heavy lifting when Olympic weightlifter Leo Totten taught a certification course on campus during spring break

  6. Radford Relay For Life scheduled for April »

    3/22/2016

    The cancer research fundraiser is scheduled for April 16 in the university's Student Recreation and Wellness Center.

  7. Students take the plunge for Special Olympics »

    3/22/2016

    Dozens of Radford University students took a dip in the icy New River on March 19 in support of Special Olympics.

  8. Professor Emeritus' new book highlights work of Emma Bell Miles »

    3/18/2016

    Radford University English and Appalachian Studies Professor Emeritus Grace Toney Edwards is the editor of the newly released book The Common Lot and Other Stories: The Published Short Fiction, 1908-1921 by Emma Bell Miles.