News & Events

  1. Students pitched mobile museum designs to Montgomery County educators  »

    2/16/2018

    Students in Design 205 at Radford University embraced the local history of the Christiansburg Institute in their mobile museum concept designs for Montgomery County K-12 educators on Feb. 7.

  2. Language calling: Student athlete experiences joys and pains of learning a foreign language »

    2/16/2018

    When Colleen O’Connell looked down from the Great Wall of China, she knew her choice to study Chinese was the right one. But the path to the Great Wall wasn’t always a smooth one. It was filled with countless hours of work spent learning a language that was, well, foreign to her.

  3. Career Closet donations now accepted »

    2/12/2018

    The Center for Career and Talent Developments is hosting a clothing drive for Career Closet from Feb. 5 to March 30.

  4. Students can burnish social skills at annual etiquette dinner »

    2/9/2018

    At the 2018 Etiquette Dinner on Tuesday, Feb. 20, Radford University juniors and seniors can learn to project a professional image by exploring the fine points of business protocol, dining and social etiquette.

  5. Students travel to Richmond for Advocacy Day »

    2/8/2018

    More than three dozen Radford University students traveled to Richmond on Jan. 24-25 to take part in the annual Advocacy Day activities.

  6. HHP junior leading student research team at national tournament »

    2/7/2018

    Abby Jones is devoting many hours over the next two months researching and learning about athletes who suffer concussions while playing in wheelchair basketball leagues.

  7. Senior Radford nursing student extends herself to earn first publication »

    2/7/2018

    Crysta Guynn converted a summer experience into her first-ever publication.

  8. SGA, Sustainability turning bags to benches »

    2/7/2018

    Radford University’s Student Government Association and Sustainability office have joined a community effort to collect unwanted plastic bags and recycle them into benches that will be placed around campus.