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. High school students rocket through STEM program during Summer Bridge »

    7/29/2021

    In mid-July, 20 young women participated in Radford University’s annual Summer Bridge: Women in STEM program, a week-long residential camp for female high school students. The program offers hands-on learning experiences and provides a window into the world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and careers. 

  2. Purposeful play: Master of occupational therapy students host summer camps at RUC »

    7/26/2021

    The days of a typical summer camp are filled with fun, from sports and games to arts, crafts and snack time. The camps hosted by Master of Occupational Therapy students at Radford University Carilion this summer offered all that and more: the chance for campers to build their cognitive, physical/motor, sensory and social skills while their hosts gained real-world clinical experience.

  3. ‘Next generation of leaders’ participates in Boys State on Radford University campus »

    7/15/2021

    Radford University welcomed hundreds of young men to campus in late June for the 78th session of the American Legion Boys State of Virginia.

  4. New dining options coming to the Radford University campus this fall »

    7/15/2021

    By the first day of classes this fall, Radford University students, faculty and staff will have new dining options to explore at Dalton Hall and the Bonnie Hurlburt Student Center on campus. Renovations are taking place in both locations this summer to enhance the dining experience.

  5. Flora and fauna flourish — organically — in the Radford University Greenhouse  »

    7/15/2021

    Dwarf pomegranates. A corpse plant. An Australian tree fern. A timid tarantula. These are just a few examples of the lush vegetation and exotic critters blossoming in the Radford University Greenhouse this summer.