News & Events
Students returning to the Radford University campus for the fall semester will find that Student Counseling Services (SCS) offers an abundance of services to help with the complexities and challenges they may experience throughout the academic year.
Radford University is excited to introduce OneCampus, a modern, mobile-friendly online portal that will streamline the way users access and connect with many of the University’s campus services.
Assistant professor of public health Meagan Helmick, Ph.D., volunteered over 130 hours at the health departments in Carroll, Galax and Grayson counties during the COVID-19 pandemic this spring. Now, she is working as a case investigator, tracing cases across southwest Virginia and will continue to do so even after she returns to teaching this fall.
As the assistant superintendent of Instruction and Innovation at Floyd County Public Schools, Jessica Cromer, M.S. ’09 often relies on the toolkit of knowledge she learned at Radford University.
In an effort to further streamline Radford University’s administrative operations the Office of University Relations will combine operations and staffing with the Office of University Advancement.
As shared governance leaders and groups joined together to engage all constituents, our campus shared differing perspectives, but emerged united to represent the best interest of Radford University as we prepare to respond to the financial challenges, both short-term and long-term, resulting from the COVID-19 global health pandemic.
A new center on campus will help students navigate their education experience more easily.
Radford University Professor of English Justin Askins, Ph.D., established The 500 Club as a way to unite a community of people willing to do their share to keep hiking trails clean and preserve the Earth’s natural beauty.
The Radford University Board of Visitors met virtually for their quarterly meeting on Friday, June 12, 2020.
Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D., made several guest appearances in Zoom classrooms throughout the Spring 2020 semester, as a creative and meaningful effort to stay connected and engaged with students during their absence from campus.
The Radford University Board of Visitors held its annual meeting and adopted a resolution regarding the development of budget reduction strategies following information and directives issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Davis College of Business and Economics provides grants to Radford University faculty for interdisciplinary course development in social and ethical leadership »
Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics recently awarded grants to four University faculty members for the purpose of developing and offering interdisciplinary courses geared toward social and ethical leadership.