1. Radford University’s journalism program ranked best value in Virginia »

    2/21/2019

    According to College Factual, Radford University’s journalism program, housed in the School of Communication, is rated as the best value journalism program in Virginia and is in the top 20 in the country.

  2. Observe the ‘Year of the Pig’ at the Chinese New Year Celebration »

    2/20/2019

    The Chinese Club at Radford University is wrapping up of all the New Year celebrations Feb. 23, with the Lantern Festival (Yuan Xiao).

  3. Heather E. Keith selected as Radford University’s executive director of Faculty Development »

    2/20/2019

    Following a national search, Heather E. Keith, Ph.D. has been selected to serve as Radford University’s executive director of Faculty Development.

  4. Radford University partners with 1901 Group to enhance tech talent pipeline »

    2/19/2019

    A recent industry partnership with 1901 Group, a thriving cybersecurity and cloud technologies company, has enabled students in Radford University’s Department of Information Technology to gain valuable experience and skillsets in one of the Commonwealth’s fastest-growing and in-demand job markets.

     

  5. A sign of student-faculty collaboration »

    2/19/2019

    The Radford University Tree Ring Lab needed a new sign. Enter Nick Francis, a freshman from Troutville. Working with his research mentor Dr. Stockton Maxwell, he created a unique and clever door plaque using the Makerspace in Peery Hall.

  6. Run by the river in the Highlander Half & 5K, set for April 27 »

    2/19/2019

    Lace up the running shoes (or walking shoes) for a picturesque run through the city of Radford that takes you through town, Radford University’s campus and by the river.

  7. Radford University faculty member receives Commonwealth of Virginia’s top award for teaching excellence »

    2/18/2019

    Radford University Mathematics and Statistics Professor Agida Manizade is a recipient of the 2019 State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) Outstanding Faculty Awards. The Outstanding Faculty Awards are the Commonwealth's highest honor for faculty at Virginia's public and private colleges and universities.

  8. Radford University announces inaugural Presidential Fellow »

    2/18/2019

    Assistant Professor of English Amy Rubens has been named Radford University’s inaugural Presidential Fellow.

  9. 'What is it like to be a champion?' »

    2/14/2019

    Radford University Men’s Basketball player Carlik Jones recently had an opportunity to share his experiences from the 2018 Big South Tournament and the subsequent NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, also known as “The Big Dance."

  10. Redrawing boundaries - Radford hosts VACAS conference  »

    2/14/2019

    Radford University’s School of Communication will host the Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences (VACAS) conference, called “Redrawing Boundaries,” on March 29-30, 2019.

  11. Women’s basketball player shows what it means to be a Highlander »

    2/13/2019

    Student-athlete Sydney Nunley regularly hears that from the Women’s Basketball coaching staff. At a towering 6’4”, Nunley is proud of every inch and is described by those who know her as a “big teddy bear.” Warm and engaging, she is motivated by a deep-rooted belief in the power of a team.

  12. Longtime community partnership drives applied educational opportunities »

    2/11/2019

    For more than 20 years, Volvo Trucks' New River Valley Assembly Plant has been working with Radford University’s Department of Psychology to provide hands-on opportunities for students while also benefiting the assembly plant’s workforce.

  13. Radford University recognizes computer science student for outstanding service  »

    2/11/2019

    Paul Aboagye, a senior computer science major, was the inaugural winner of the MLK Day of Service Award.

  14. Athletic training faculty, student attend leadership-focused national conference »

    2/6/2019

    Radford University Health and Human Performance Instructor Andrea Bender and junior Valerie Poole represented the university at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association iLEAD 2019 national conference in Irving, Texas in January.

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