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. Radford Board of Visitors holds second quarterly meeting »

    5/7/2021

    The Radford University Board of Visitors honored outgoing President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D., and set tuition and fees for the 2021-22 academic year during its second quarterly meeting of the year.

  2. New emerging therapies course being offered in May »

    5/3/2021

    A new course on complementary health approaches and integrative health therapies will be offered this May by Radford University. These areas offer a different approach to conventional or mainstream medicine.

  3. Food for thought: How a simple question helped Kahler Gilmore to find her passion »

    4/30/2021

    Kahler Gilmore found her “perfect fit” at Radford University and quickly discovered a desire to help others through proper nutrition.

  4. Are we having a laugh? Radford University professor discusses comedy and its influences on society in public radio interview »

    4/28/2021

    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.

  5. Radford University’s exciting hotel project in full swing »

    4/20/2021

    Demolition has officially begun to make way for The Highlander, the highly anticipated hotel to be constructed right off Radford University’s main campus.

  6. Steve Abercrombie: bringing a world of experience to healthcare »

    4/19/2021

    Before becoming a Highlander as part of the Radford University Carilion physician assistant program, Steve Abercrombie had already experienced and explored more of the world than most of us do in a lifetime. Now, he's sharing that experience with his classmates and using it to treat patients across the region.