News & Events

  1. Partners in Excellence Celebration unites scholarship students with benefactors »

    10/18/2018

    To illustrate the Radford story, more than 200 scholarship donors and recipients gathered for the Radford University Foundation’s annual “Partners in Excellence Celebration.”

  2. Radford surpasses canned food drive goal, collects more than 15,000 items for schoolchildren »

    10/18/2018

    The Radford University family once again exemplified the Highlander spirit through community service and civic engagement this week as they collected thousands of canned food items for underserved schoolchildren.

     

  3. Sociology to host annual Alumni Day »

    10/17/2018

    The Department of Sociology’s Alumni Day assists graduating seniors with the transition to the workforce or to graduate school on Oct. 18.

  4. Harvey Knowledge Center opens in McConnell Library »

    10/17/2018

    The Harvey Knowledge Center is located on the fourth floor of McConnell Library and is a combination of the Harvey Learning Center and the Warren P. Self Learning Assistance Resource Center (LARC), formerly located in Walker Hall.

     

  5. Radford University to host comprehensive conference on regional substance abuse issues »

    10/16/2018

    To explore the perplexing challenges of substance use disorders, the Radford University School of Nursing will host a conference featuring a lineup of professionals representing federal, state, local and private perspectives on Oct. 27.

  6. Accounting professor ranks among most read authors on research site »

    10/16/2018

    Accounting Professor Helen Roybark continues to rank among the most prolific researchers and publishers in her field. Recently, the Davis College of Business and Economics faculty member was informed that she was in the top 10 most read authors whose work is published on the Social Science Research Network website.

  7. Radford University is hosting Women's Entrepreneurship Week »

    10/16/2018

    Radford University is hosting Women’s Entrepreneurship Week, an international event that involves more than 160 different universities around the globe.

  8. Open Forums inform 2020-2030 Master Plan activities »

    10/16/2018

    To gather input for the Master Plan 2020-2030, Director of Facilities Planning and Construction Michael Biscotte hosted a series of Open Forums Oct. 9-11. 

  9. Economics is Everywhere lecture set for Oct. 25 »

    10/15/2018

    Economist Rosemarie Fike will speak about gender differences in economics rights and the consequences of limiting choices for women at the fall Economics is Everywhere lecture on Oct. 25. 

  10. Radford University economics professor explores U.S. – China trade, dollar vs. yuan »

    10/15/2018

    It has long been asserted that China’s undervaluation of its yuan is the main cause of a rising U.S. trade deficit. However, Economics Professor Nozar Hashemzadeh writes in his latest published research that the United States’ “strong dollar policy” has created major obstacles in reducing the country’s trade deficit with China and the rest of the world. 

  11. Highlanders Festival features Celtic fun and action »

    10/12/2018

    Musicians, artists, athletes and visitors from across the region celebrated the Highlander tradition of merrymaking at the 22nd annual Radford Highlanders Festival in Bisset Park on Oct. 6.

  12. Fashion design, criminal justice showcase Radford in the media »

    10/11/2018

    Radford University students and faculty appeared on various media outlets over the past week.