Alumni Relations News
Radford University professor and director of Appalachian Studies and the Appalachian Regional & Rural Studies Center, Theresa Burriss, Ph.D., M.S. ’99, has been selected for a Fulbright grant award to Romania for the upcoming 2021-22 academic year.
At a special ceremony held on May 25, 2021, Radford University administrators and supporters officially broke ground on the Artis Center for Adaptive Innovation and Creativity, a state-of-the-art complex that will serve as a blended teaching and learning space for the arts and health sciences.
The Radford University and Radford University Carilion (RUC) classes of 2020 and 2021 shared a monumental weekend of well-deserved recognition this spring.
Radford University shared the news of the passing of George M. Harvey, Sr., a business owner, community leader, and University supporter. In celebrating George’s life and legacy, the University pays tribute to his long and successful business career, family dedication, and community involvement.
Radford University acknowledges President Brian O. Hemphill’s selection as Old Dominion University’s 9th President and applauds his dedicated service »
This afternoon, Radford University acknowledged President Brian O. Hemphill’s selection as Old Dominion University’s 9th President and shared its deep appreciation for his strong leadership and many contributions.
Andrea Tiller, R.N., B.S.N. ’19 followed her mother and grandmother into nursing, but she found her Radford Family and one of the best Schools of Nursing in the Commonwealth of Virginia in her own back yard.
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Thank you Roanoke Valley Sports Club for welcoming @RadfordMBB coach @DarrisNichols this evening....
Thank you Roanoke Valley Sports Club for welcoming @RadfordMBB coach @DarrisNichols this evening. 🏀 See you at the Dedmon Center! 🛡 #GoHighlanders | #RiseAndDefend https://t.co/h6SpgRo3AG— Radford Univ. Alumni (@radford_alumni) Jun 14, 2021
A sad Monday here that the storm won last night over our Champion tree. The white basswood was the largest-known of its species in the United States and crowned a national champion in 2018. It was in good health. Read about our historic tree: 🌳 https://t.co/a1do465hNc https://t.co/qsDc3Tfbgz— Radford Univ. Alumni (@radford_alumni) Jun 14, 2021