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  1. Cybersecurity student rises to new heights »

    11/16/2017

    Sophomore Kyle Higginbotham was motivated to enroll at Radford after competing in the university's Capture the Flag contest. 

  2. Students explore academic offerings at the Major and Minors Fair »

    10/13/2017

    Representatives from the schools and departments around campus gathered on Oct. 10 to showcase their programs for all Radford University students.

  3. Students reflect on Amazonian adventure at RARE symposium »

    10/11/2017

    Students who participated in this summer’s Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE) to Peru presented their research and shared their many adventures during the Sept. 28 RARE Symposium.

  4. 100 Girls of Code event helps empower young women in information technology »

    10/9/2017

    Robots, planets, bits and bytes were the subjects of the day on Sept. 30 as girls from across the New River Valley gathered at Radford University to take part in a 100 Girls of Code event.

  5. Research could help prevent fatal outcomes of pediatric blunt force trauma »

    10/9/2017

    Research recently conducted by Drs. Donna and Cliff Boyd, co-directors of Radford University’s Forensic Science Institute (RUFSI), and senior anthropological sciences major Kimber Cheek could help mitigate and perhaps prevent the fatal outcomes of pediatric blunt force trauma.

  6. Radford University awarded NSA grant to boost cybersecurity outreach »

    9/25/2017

    Radford University is the recipient of a $140,250 National Security Agency (NSA) grant that will enhance the university’s robust cybersecurity outreach.

  7. RARE symposium to highlight student research, trip information »

    9/20/2017

    Students and faculty who embarked on this summer’s annual Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE), one of Radford University’s signature study abroad and research opportunities, will be presenting their research and providing information for future participants at the Sept. 28 RARE symposium.

  8. Radford University student found his passion and is rising to the top »

    9/20/2017

    Non-traditional student Steve Oake transferred to Radford during the fall 2013 semester to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Technology while specializing in software engineering and database administration.

  9. President Hemphill hosts two open forums for faculty discussion »

    9/11/2017

    Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill welcomed the university’s faculty for conversations during two Presidential Open Forums sessions in the Hulburt Student Center auditorium on Sept. 5 and 6.

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