The Center for Global Education and Engagement is here to serve international students, to encourage and enable students to participate in high quality study abroad experiences, to facilitate innovative international programming on campus and to provide the best means and structure for Radford University faculty to engage in international academia.
*Travel Warning* The University may limit how, when and where University students and faculty may travel abroad for University-related purposes, taking into consideration issues of terrorism, war, disease and other risks. The U.S. Department of State and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) periodically post advisories called "Travel Warnings" for countries or regions within countries that they deem unsafe for Americans. The University observes all Travel Warnings issues by the U.S. Department of State and the CDC, and prohibits student travel for University-related purposes to regions under a Travel Warning unless exempted according to the petition process.
In the event of incidents or conditions that may threaten the well-being of students, employees, or the University, the University may, after due deliberations, also issue a University Travel Restriction, which limits or prohibits travel to areas not under a U.S. Department of State or CDC Travel Warning.
The Latest News
To culminate the annual worldwide Chinese New Year celebrations, more than 200 people joined Radford University’s Chinese Club on Feb. 23 for the Lantern Festival.
Lilie Price is willing to go far afield for experiences that will help achieve her goal of being a designer in the hospitality industry.
A Radford University music education professor and three aspiring music teachers trekked to Nepal to share the universal language of music.
Appalachian Studies Director Theresa Burriss talks on With Good Reason radio about her role as U.S. co-chair of the 2019 Appalachian/ Carpathian Mountain Conference.
Three Radford dance students will spend their Thanksgiving breaks as performers and teachers in South Korea at the sixth annual Incheon International Contemporary Dance Festival.
Radford University’s Department of Economics held its annual World Food Day panel discussion Oct. 16, with two student presenters focusing on the possibility of a zero hunger world by the year 2030.