Radford celebrates progress toward its $100 million campaign goal
Radford celebrated a 33% increase in philanthropic support this fiscal year, as well as attaining $91.8 million of the $100 million goal.
Six CEHD students are awarded scholarships by the Hattie M. Strong Foundation
On April 25, 2023, the Hattie M. Strong Scholars gathered for the annual Strong Scholars Awards Dinner to recap their student teaching experiences and express gratitude for the scholarship support that helped make these experiences possible.
Support of the Highlander Pantry provides food security to Radford students
Gifts to the Highlander Pantry, like the Jessie Ball duPont Foundation providing funding to purchase a new commercial-grade refrigerator, expand the pantry's offerings and provide more options for those with dietary restrictions.
RAD48 2023: The Most Successful Athletics Giving Challenge in Radford History
The third annual RAD48 crowdfunding challenge made history, raising over $180,000 to support student-athletes.
Radford University hosts its inaugural Day of Gratitude
Radford University hosted the inaugural Day of Gratitude to honor its generous donors and celebrate the achievements of its hard-working student scholarship recipients. The day included the annual Partners in Excellence luncheon and a new event, the Artis College Experience.
Hattie M. Strong Foundation gives back to future teachers
Six students in Radford University’s College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) teacher education program were each awarded $5,000 scholarships by the Hattie M. Strong Foundation in 2021-22.
TOGETHER We Thrive with Mike Williams '93
In Episode 3 of TOGETHER We Thrive, alumnus Mike Williams '93 shares what the Radford University community means to him, his commitment to Radford Athletics and what inspires him to give back.
Jessie Ball duPont Fund Supports Elevate Research
With a grant from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, Radford University launched the Elevate Research program in 2021 with the goal of closing the opportunity and access gap for minoritized, first generation, non-traditional and low-income students.