News & Events

  1. RU COSD students pitch in to help brain injury survivors »


    To mark winter's turn to spring Saturday, the Radford University Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) took to the Bisset Park trails for the first-ever "Joggin' For Your Noggin" 5K.

  2. Noted biological anthropologist to offer modern look at human sacrifice of children »


    For a lecture titled “Human Sacrifice on the North Coast of Peru: Recent Discoveries Pose New Questions,” the Anthropology Club and the Club Programming Committee will welcome John Verano, professor of anthropology at Tulane University, on April 2 at 5 p.m. in Russell 113.

  3. Radford hosts National History Day »


    History came to life March 20 when Radford University's College of Education and Human Development hosted an enthusiastic group of middle and high-school students on campus for the annual National History Day.

  4. Thomas Jefferson visits Radford University »


    Bondurant Auditorium turned into a time machine on March 19, when The Thomas Jefferson Hour held a special live broadcast recording in the hall.

  5. Closing celebration for RU READS scheduled for April 10 »


    A Multicultural Dance Celebration will highlight the finale of Radford University's RU READS: One Campus, Many Voices.

  6. RU COSD chair named to important professional leadership academy »


    Radford University's Diane Millar, chair of the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, will be an inaugural member of the Leadership Academy, sponsored by the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders.

  7. A sustainable spring at Radford University »


    Spring is the time for sustainable living at Radford University with lectures, recycling drives and more events helping create a better environment for all.

  8. GreekMania recycling event begins March 24 »


    Radford University Recycling is holding its second annual GreekMania recycling event March 24-27.