News & Events

  1. Department of Criminal Justice to host author, alumnus on Oct. 28 »

    10/22/2019

    The Department of Criminal Justice, housed within Radford University’s College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences, will host a varied panel of professionals to provide insight into the first ‘no body’ homicide conviction in Virginia. It will include those directly involved with the investigation, prosecution and defense and will take place on October 28, 2019 beginning at 6 p.m. in Preston Hall’s Bondurant Auditorium.

  2. Radford family answers the call to help feed children across the community »

    10/17/2019

    Radford University’s Student Recreation and Wellness Center quickly filled last week with hundreds of volunteers eager to make a meaningful impact on the lives of local schoolchildren.

     

  3. Highlanders Festival makes triumphant return to campus »

    10/17/2019

    When the traditional sound of Celtic music was heard on Saturday, Oct. 12, it marked the triumphant return of the Radford Highlanders Festival to Radford University’s campus.

  4. Fear 2 Freedom raises awareness, brings hope and healing  »

    10/14/2019

    Radford University is partnering for the fifth consecutive year with the global nonprofit Fear 2 Freedom (F2F) to elevate campus awareness of sexual violence and bring hope and healing to those who have been affected by its trauma.

     

  5. Former Lawyer for CIA and Senate Select Committee on Intelligence visits Radford »

    10/14/2019

    The Fall 2019 Prelaw Society event at Radford University is known for bringing in top-notch speakers, and by bringing in Donald W. Martin Jr., J.D., the tradition continued on September 17.

  6. English professor’s research methodology published by Oxford University Press »

    10/14/2019

    Associate Professor of English Amy Rubens, Ph.D., who is also currently serving as the inaugural Presidential Fellow, contributed to the textbook “Research Methods in Health Humanities," which was recently published by the Oxford University Press.

  7. Award-winning filmmaker and author Paul Rosolie to discuss conservation during on-campus presentation »

    10/10/2019

    Radford University is bringing award-winning author, filmmaker, wildlife explorer and naturalist Paul Rosolie to campus on Oct. 14 for a public presentation and discussion called “Conservation in a Crucial Time.”

     

  8. Radford University appoints Teresa Ann Conner, Ph.D. as Associate Provost for Health Sciences »

    10/9/2019

    Radford University has appointed Teresa Ann Conner, PT, Ph.D., MBA to serve in the position of Associate Provost for Health Sciences effective December 2, 2019.

  9. One trip to rule them all »

    10/8/2019

    Over the summer, students and professor took a study abroad trip of a lifetime to the “Land Down Under,” providing students with a transformative international education.

  10. Radford University Alumni Association hosts Roanoke’s Party in Elmwood »

    10/8/2019

    Music, conversation and great food all aligned at Roanoke’s Party in Elmwood, hosted by Radford University Alumni Association on September 25, 2019.

  11. Cupanion shows positive results after one month »

    10/8/2019

    The Cupanion Fill it Forward program at Radford University is a little more than a month old and already it is producing results aimed at reducing the amount of single-use items on campus and delivering clean water to people in need.

  12. Exonerated man shares his personal journey, offers advice to criminal justice students »

    10/7/2019

    Ricky Jackson is not your typical guest speaker. At the time of his exoneration, Jackson was the longest-serving person to be fully exonerated of all crimes. On Oct. 2, Jackson visited the Radford University campus to share his personal journey with students, faculty and staff in the packed auditorium of McGuffey Hall.