President Hemphill in the News
Proud parents attended the Oct. 7 Conversation with the President filled with optimism about their students’ progress and the direction of the university.
Radford University's IMPACT program was awarded a historic three-year, $13.8 million grant by the U.S. Department of Education’s Supporting Effective Educator Development Grant Program. The grant began on Oct. 1 and runs through Sept. 30, 2020 and is the largest grant in the history of Radford University and boosts Radford’s annual grant funding by more than 50 percent in the first fiscal year.
President Hemphill cites university’s progress and momentum in his first Radford University State of the University address »
In his inaugural State of the University address to the Radford University family, President Brian O. Hemphill reflected on a successful 2016-17 academic year and looked toward a bright academic future.
Radford University hosted more than 70 municipal leaders and community organizations representing the citizens of the New River Valley for the New River Rail 2020 Legislative Reception on Sept. 20 in Kyle Hall.
At its quarterly meeting Sept. 14-15, the Radford University Board of Visitors (BOV) reviewed university progress and accomplishments in academics, business affairs, capital projects, student affairs, enrollment management, governance, information technology, athletics, fundraising and marketing.
Honors Academy students were invited by President Hemphill to the Governor Tyler House Sept. 13 for a reception to honor their achievements.