Upcoming Events

  1. Ash Beckham: Give Voice to Your Truth  »

    Monday Oct 13

    7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. @ Bondurant Auditorium, Preston Hall

    Ash Beckham is a bold, dynamic presenter who speaks about empathy, respect, and the power of having real conversations. In an urgent yet humorous manner, Ash's speech "Give Voice to Your Truth" takes on topics like the crippling experience of being trapped in a closet, the difference between tolerance and acceptance, and the need to remove "gay" as a pejorative from our lexicon.
  2. Bruised But Not Broken- An Epic Journey of Healing, Recovery and Triumph »

    Monday Oct 20

    5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. @ Bonnie Auditorium

    National speaker, artist and advocate for domestic violence survivors, Zuleika Gonzalez will be at Radford University to share with students and the community a multimedia photographic series she created based upon her own experiences with domestic abuse. Her series will be on display at RU's downtown museum location, the Bondurant Center, on the following dates: Tuesday, Oct. 21st from 2-6pm Wednesday, Oct. 22nd from 9:30am-4pm Thursday, Oct. 23rd, 9am-1pm Ms. Gonzalez will be speaking in several classes as well as a large on-campus event to raise awareness for Domestic and Sexual Violence. The speaking event will take place in the Bonnie Auditorium on Monday, Oct. 20 from 5-6pm.
  3. Tim Wise: Campus Visit »

    Wednesday Oct 22

    6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. @ Bondurant Auditorium, Preston Hall

    Tim Wise (born October 4, 1968) is an American anti-racism activist and writer. Since 1995, he has given speeches at over 600 college campuses across the U.S on addressing and dismantling racism in institutions. He will be visiting campus on Wednesday, Oct. 22. Times and locations of events going on throughout the day will be announced at a later date.
  4. SCI Student Club Meeting  »

    Wednesday Oct 22

    6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. @ Heth Hall, Lower Level

    The SCI Student club has meetings twice a month. This meeting is at 6pm in Heth 13.
  5. Chasing the American Dream: Understanding What Shapes Our Fortunes with Dr. Mark Robert Rank »

    Wednesday Oct 29

    7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. @ Bondurant Auditorium, Preston Hall

    Dr. Mark Robert Rank is an acclaimed sociologist who helps us to understand the causes and consequences of poverty and inequality in the US. His new book, "Chasing the American Dream: Understanding What Shapes Our Futures," which he co-wrote along with Thomas A. Hirschl and Kirk A. Foster, helps us understand how these issues intersect with contemporary economic concerns.
  6. Precious Memories, Sue Massek. Writer in Residence and Performance »

    Thursday Oct 30

    6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. @ Bonnie Auditorium

    Journey back in time to 1932 with Sue Massek to the Bell County coal camp as she takes the stage in Si Kahn's play with music, "Precious Memories". Time set is tentative. Contact: Theresa Burriss @ tburiss@radford.edu
  7. SCI Student Club Meeting  »

    Wednesday Nov 5

    6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. @ Heth Hall, Lower Level

    The SCI Student Club meets twice a month. This meeting is at 6pm in Heth 19.
  8. Elizabeth Armstrong, Paying for the Party: How College Maintains Inequality »

    Sunday Nov 16 - Tuesday Nov 18

    All day

    "In an era of skyrocketing tuition and concern over whether college is “worth it,” Paying for the Party is an indispensable contribution to the dialogue assessing the state of American higher education. A powerful exposé of unmet obligations and misplaced priorities, it explains in detail why so many leave college with so little to show for it." Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Honor's Academy
  9. Director’s Screening of “The Dialogue” »

    Sunday Nov 16

    5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. @ Bonnie Auditorium

    As a part of International Education Week, there will be a screening of the film, "The Dialogue". The documentary explores the elements of meaningful intercultural dialogue and identity. A 70 minute documentary following four American and four Chinese university students as they travel together through Hong Kong and Southeast China. The film is relevant for audiences that are interested in developing intercultural understanding and communication skills. Director’s screening is followed by facilitated discussion with the director.
  10. 9th Annual Interdisciplinary Ethics Panel Presentation »

    Tuesday Nov 18

    7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. @ Bonnie Auditorium

    The ethics panel participants include a broad range of disciplines from across campus. This year we will be discussing Inequality in the United States, and will be addressed from the ethical perspective of each discipline. In addition, a state Supreme Court certified mediator facilitates the panel discussion and audience questions after the presentations, so participants are able to ask specific questions about their concerns related to the topic.