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  1. Jewelry, metalsmithing professor discusses craft »

    4/5/2018

    The Student Jewelry and Metal Show is currently running through April 12, 2018, at Porterfield Gallery 205. The various works on display were crafted under the tutelage of Alison Pack, associate professor of metalsmithing and jewelry design at Radford University.

  2. MFA exhibit showcased diverse talent among graduate students »

    4/3/2018

    On Friday March 30, 2018, the reception for the Master of Fine Arts Exhibit opened to a sizable crowd of art enthusiasts there to support the five graduate students whose work was on display.

  3. Dr. Robert Trent performs on WSLS’s “Daytime Blue Ridge" »

    4/2/2018

    On Monday April 2, 2018 Dr. Robert Trent, Director of Guitar Studies in the Department of Music, gave an interview and live performance on the WSLS program “Daytime Blue Ridge.”

  4. Music education student, professor present international research at Atlanta conference »

    3/29/2018

    Dr. Jennifer McDonel, Assistant Professor of Music Education, and James Nugent, a senior music education student, presented a research poster session at the National Association for Music Education’s Music Research and Teacher Education Conference on Saturday, March 24, in Atlanta, Georgia.

  5. Dance, theatre students win Outstanding Honors Contract Award »

    3/28/2018

    On Friday March 23, 2018, two students in the School of Dance and Theatre were awarded the 2018 Outstanding Honors Contract Award from the Honors Academy.

  6. Art museum opens new location with “Hollins Faculty Art Show” »

    3/28/2018

    Thursday March 22, 2018, was a special day for Radford University’s Art Museum. It was the grand opening of the new Art Museum on Tyler.

  7. Mary Draper Ingles panel focuses on local legend »

    3/28/2018

    On Monday March 26, 2018, a panel discussion was held about local historical figure and legend Mary Draper Ingles.

  8. International Guitar Festival comes to Covington Center April 6 - 7 »

    3/27/2018

    For the 17th year Radford University’s Department of Music will host the “International Guitar Festival” from April 6 – 7 at the Performance Hall in the Covington Center for Visual and Performing Arts.

  9. Graduate music student presents research at California industry conference »

    3/26/2018

    On Friday March 23, 2018, Dr. Tim Channell, Associate Professor of Music Business and graduate student Alyssa Klinkseik presented her master thesis research at the International Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association Summit in Los Angeles, California.

  10. Interdisciplinary team presents at Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference »

    3/26/2018

    Students and faculty from Radford University’s Department of Music and the Waldron College co-presented at the annual conference for the Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia in Williamsburg.

CVPA News From University Relations

  1. Radford University student headed to New York Fashion Week »

    8/1/2018

    Radford University senior Mashail Alghamdi is headed to Fashion Week in New York where she will show her full design collection. Alghamdi’s designs, she said, are focused on empowering women.

     

  2. Academically-gifted high school students spend summer at Radford »

    7/20/2018

    In the pursuit of knowledge, nearly 400 academically-gifted high school students from across the Commonwealth of Virginia came to Radford University from June 24 to July 21 to participate in Governor’s School.

  3. Lights, camera, action: Alumna stars in short film, wins ONIROS award for best supporting actress »

    7/20/2018

    From a chance opportunity to winning an ONIROS award for best supporting actress in “Attendance is Required,” Lauren Faulkner ’15 is making the most of her opportunities out west.

  4. Department of Dance announces new department chair »

    7/12/2018

    James Robey has been appointed the new Department of Dance chair and comes to Radford from Webster University.

  5. Local frontierswoman’s story showcased in summer play »

    7/12/2018

    “Walk to Freedom – The Mary Draper Ingles Story” depicts a local frontierswoman’s dangerous journey back to the New River Valley after being kidnapped and taken to the Kentucky-Ohio border in 1755.