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. Instilling empathy and compassion: physician assistant students assist with homeless survey »

    2/8/2023

    Students in Radford University Carilion’s Department of Physician Assistant Studies are given the opportunity to volunteer for the bi-annual Point in Time Survey, gathering data on the homeless population in Roanoke. The activity helps the students develop their kindness, compassion and empathy—traits they will carry into their professional lives as healthcare providers.

  2. Art exhibit featuring Radford student creations opens, with 14 awards presented »

    2/4/2023

    Nearly 90 works by more than 50 student artists – paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture and more – are on display at the Art Museum on Tyler through Feb. 18.

  3. Highlanders in the News: Week of Jan. 30 »

    2/3/2023

    This week in Highlanders in the News: Former Garden High School principal Janie Owens ’67 tells her story; Pulaski County educator Margaret Newcomb Leonard ’57 now has an academic award in her memory; and English professor Louis Gallo, Ph.D., unveils a vivid story in 350 words (or less).

  4. Political science professor named New York Times platform contributor »

    2/3/2023

    Radford University Political Science chair and Professor Chapman Rackaway, Ph.D., has been selected as a faculty contributor to The New York Times’ curricular tool, InEducation.

  5. Voice professor channels her recovery from illness into a new book »

    2/3/2023

    While recovering from a bout with spinal stenosis, voice Professor Denise Bernardini found extra notes to sing, plus ample material for her new self-help book.  

  6. Students Share Highlander Spirit in Richmond on Advocacy Day »

    2/3/2023

    A tradition that is in its 23rd year, Advocacy Day allows students to share the importance of their state-supported education with General Assembly members, and to ask elected representatives to consider voting for legislation that would benefit the university.