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
Radford University’s College of Education and Human Development is hosting its third annual Global Education Conference. The one-day event is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Aug. 18, at the university’s Cook Hall.
Math Professor Neil Sigmon led Radford University students on a cryptic adventure to Washington D.C. and England this summer.
Luke William Hunt, assistant professor of criminal justice and prelaw advisor, traveled to the University of Toronto to internationalize Radford University’s prelaw program.
Students and faculty from the Department of Dance and the School of Dance and Theatre traveled to Dublin, Ireland and London to soak in and learn from the international arts scene.
When Colleen O’Connell looked down from the Great Wall of China, she knew her choice to study Chinese was the right one. But the path to the Great Wall wasn’t always a smooth one. It was filled with countless hours of work spent learning a language that was, well, foreign to her.
Seven Radford students have been awarded McGlothlin Student Travel Grants for 2018 and are eager for unique destinations and experiences.
Last Day for UG students to apply for Fall Graduation
Friday Feb 8
Saturday Mar 9 - Sunday Mar 17
Tuesday Apr 2
5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.The Center for Global Education and Engagement cordially invites you to the Spring 2019 International Highlander Awards at 5:30pm to 7:00pm on April 2, 2019 in the Muse Banquet Hall. The Center for Global Education and Engagement will congratulate the deserving recipients and present them with a memento (study abroad cords) of the occasion. This will be followed by drinks and light refreshments. The IHA’s celebrate our graduating International students, Kirk Scholars, study abroad participants and our McGlothlin Award recipients.
Saturday Apr 6
All day28th annual International Banquet presented by International Student Affairs Council, and the Center for Global Education and Engagement. International Food, performances, and fun for all! Tickets are on sale at the Bonnie or online at https://radfordactivities.universitytickets.com/w/event.aspx?id=1360&p=1 Doors open at 5:30pm and dinner begins at 6pm.