President Hemphill in the News

  1. Radford University welcomes new members of the Highlander family during Quest 2019 »


    Blue skies, big smiles and a sense of satisfaction marked the end of the first Quest session of summer 2019 at Radford University.


  2. Grants create new partnership between Radford University and Brazilian institute »


    Radford University is the recipient of two 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund grants to support an exciting new exchange partnership and the University’s efforts to increase international student enrollment and expand international university partnerships, as defined by the Radford University 2018-2023 Strategic Plan: Embracing the Tradition and Envisioning the Future.


  3. Blue Healer and Radford Highlander pride on display during final JCHS annual alumni awards luncheon »


    On May 23, 2019, Jefferson College of Health Sciences celebrated its fifth annual alumni awards luncheon. This annual event celebrates the successes of JCHS alumni and the legacy that JCHS has built. 

  4. Radford University alumni celebrate accomplishments, reconnect in Charlotte »


    Charlotte is one of eight stops during the Highlander Family Tour, which connects alumni and friends from Georgia to the nation’s capital. These events provide the Radford family with the opportunity to come together in celebration of all that has been accomplished, while looking toward the future and all the excitement that lies ahead.

  5. Atlanta area alumni share stories of resiliency during Highlander Family Tour »


    The Highlander Family Tour welcomes alumni and friends for an evening of Highlander celebration with a total of eight events in locations from Georgia to the nation’s capital.

  6. Board of Visitors hold spring quarterly meeting and freeze tuition for 2019-2020 academic year »


    The Radford University Board of Visitors held its quarterly meeting May 9-10 and approved a recommendation that called for the University to freeze tuition for undergraduate and graduate students for the 2019-2020 academic year.