News & Events

  1. Radford welcomes 76th session of Boys State of Virginia  »

    6/18/2018

    As the sun set over Radford University on June 17, hundreds of young men from across the Commonwealth got their first taste of the 76th session of the American Legion Boys State of Virginia.

  2. IMPACT delivers first graduate, expands strategic partnerships in first year »

    6/18/2018

    Radford University’s IMPACT program has made significant progress since its groundbreaking debut last October, most notably with a major philanthropic contribution, numerous private and public partnerships, a historic grant and the program’s first graduate, to date.

  3. Joyendu “Joy” Bhadury selected as dean of Radford University’s College of Business and Economics »

    6/8/2018

    Following a national search and a series of on-campus candidate interviews and presentations, Joyendu “Joy” Bhadury has been selected to serve as the next dean of Radford University’s College of Business and Economics (COBE).

  4. Religious studies professor conducts research on physical representations of the Bible »

    6/7/2018

    Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Chair Paul Thomas is conducting research on how physical presentations of the Bible are used to form rhetorical arguments and how people reimagine the Bible and associated texts through exhibitions.

  5. An eye on the sky and the future: Richard Alvarez readies for retirement »

    6/7/2018

    Vice President for Finance and Adminstration and Chief Financial Officer Richard Alvarez will retire from Radford University in June.

  6. Faculty-student research accepted for publication in financial academic journal »

    6/6/2018

    Radford University Associate Professor of Finance Abhay Kaushik’s research study, "Expense Ratios and Net Alphas of Large Cap Funds: Do Expenses Add Value?” has been accepted for publication in Financial Services Review.

     

  7. STEL professor working to improve standards for literacy educators »

    6/6/2018

    Radford University School of Teacher Education and Leadership (STEL) Professor Jennifer Jones Powell was among a group of literacy professionals who worked with the International Literacy Association to update its standards.

  8. Music therapy students to conduct undergraduate research »

    6/6/2018

    Two undergraduates in the College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) are conducting a 10-week research project under the mentorship of Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Graduate Music Program, Patricia Winter.