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Radford University announced the first faculty appointments to the Academic Leadership Fellows (AL Fellows) program on Sept. 3.
Radford University hosted its annual Residential Governor’s School for Visual & Performing Arts and Humanities this summer, giving 250 high school students a taste of the college life in a four-week curriculum of cross-disciplinary classes and activities.
Selected essays, poetry and works of fiction and nonfiction have been compiled into one book showcasing and celebrating the best writing from Appalachian writers and students from a popular summer conference held on the banks of the New River at Radford University.
Members of the Radford family gathered in the atrium of the College of Humanities and Behavioral Science (CHBS) Building on June 15, 2021, to formally dedicate the building as Hemphill Hall, honoring the leadership and legacy of Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D.
Are we having a laugh? Radford University professor discusses comedy and its influences on society in public radio interview »
Foreign Languages and Literatures Interim Chair Matthew Turner, Ph.D., spoke recently to the With Good Reason public radio program about comedy and celebrity. The interview is available on podcast and will air May 1-7 on more than 60 radio stations across the United States.
There are only 10 students in the country who are named Diverse Rising Graduate Scholars —Vinicius Rios is one of them. Rios is earning his master's degree in strategic communication.
Arye Ephrath, a childhood survivor of the Holocaust, to speak at Radford University World War II anniversary series »
The Radford University Department of History is continuing its series of lectures commemorating the 75th anniversary of the ending of World War II. On March 24, Arye R. Ephrath will present “Amazing Grace: My Holocaust Story,” sharing his experiences of surviving the Holocaust as a young child in Czechoslovakia.
Radford University has been named a 2021 Top Adult Degree Program institution by Abound, a college guidance system for degree-seeking adults.