Makers in the News
A MakerSpace is a spot for students and faculty to create, build or design. Radford University has a variety of spaces that allow for various disciplines to devise solutions to problems or invent fun and useful things.
The success of Radford University's Makers and Innovators community earned the school a spot at the Higher Ed Maker Symposium, hosted by the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP).
Aspiring student filmmakers and actors tuned in to watch their very own short films on screen at the 2016 Radford Film Challenge Festival, held on April 19 at Radford Theatre.
The worlds of fashion and high technology collided for a group of intrepid middle school students at Radford University's Techno Prom Maker Events.
More than 200 students competed last month in the COBE BB&T Innovation competition, a new endeavor by the college to spark creative and innovative thinking in the university’s student community.
On Nov. 7, Radford University and the City of Radford schools hosted the second BattleBots competition in which high school and middle school students got creative with robots they built to battle for supremacy.