Welcome to the McGlothlin Center for Global Education and Engagement (MCGEE)! The MCGEE supports students, faculty and staff interested in pursuing international initiatives that result in a positive impact for the individual and our campus community.  

The MCGEE manages the following areas:

The Latest News

  1. Design Student Karizma Woods Named to the "Future 100" List in Metropolis Magazine »

    4/1/2021

    Radford University interior design student Karizma Woods has been named to the “Future 100” list in Metropolis Magazine, a highly respected trade publication focusing on architecture and design.

  2. Adwoa Agyekum: making a difference in patients’ lives through compassion and empathy »

    3/31/2021

    When Radford University Carilion family nurse practitioner student Adwoa Agyekum migrated to the United States from Ghana 11 years ago, she had no idea she would find herself on the front lines of a global pandemic as it swept through southwest Virginia in 2020.

  3. Academic advisor Rachel Hall receives regional award for excellence in advising »

    3/26/2021

    Senior assistant director of major exploration Rachel Hall ’17 has received national recognition for her outstanding advising skills and unwavering devotion to student success. 

  4. Radford Gives Back turns 5, receives continued support despite pandemic  »

    3/24/2021

    The fifth annual canned food drive that benefits Bobcat Backpacks was scheduled for October 2020, but the pandemic disrupted its plans. However, that didn’t stop the Radford Gives Back steering committee from coming up with a Plan B. 

  5. Milena Khodjaeva: breathing life into patient care and compassion »

    3/23/2021

    Radford University Carilion respiratory therapy student Milena Khodjaeva is no stranger to experiencing big life changes. Since she was a child, those changes have defined who she is and what path she would follow, including a move at 7 years old from Uzbekistan to the United States.

  6. Arye Ephrath, a childhood survivor of the Holocaust, to speak at Radford University World War II anniversary series  »

    3/23/2021

    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.