News & Events

  1. Intelligent.com rates Radford among state's best online colleges, cites accelerated degree programs »

    11/30/2022

    The higher education resource guide has ranked Radford University in the upper end of its recent list, "Best Online Colleges in Virginia 2023." The site also gave Radford its award for Best Accelerated Degrees.

  2. Radford's part-time MBA program praised again by Fortune magazine »

    11/29/2022

    The esteemed financial publication included the Davis College of Business and Economics' program on the upper-end of its 2023 listings of the country's top part-time MBA programs.

  3. Radford ranked among most engaged campuses for student voting »

    11/22/2022

    Radford University is one of the most engaged college campuses for student voting in 2022, according to a new ranking by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge.

  4. Virginia finance association recognizes accounting professor emeritus Bruce Chase  »

    11/21/2022

    On Oct. 27, during the fall conference of the Virginia Governor’s Finance Officers Association, the organization presented Bruce Chase, Ph.D., CPA, with a special award “in recognition of dedicated service to Radford University GNAC and support to the VGFOA.” 

  5. President Danilowicz joins education leaders, policymakers for Virginia Education Summit »

    11/18/2022

    Education and political leaders gathered at Radford University on Thursday, Oct. 27, for day one of the 2022 Virginia Education Summit, sponsored by the Hunt Institute.

  6. Winter Commencement 2022: From Music City to RUC – and an M.S.H.S. »

    11/18/2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic profoundly affected the career trajectory of many professionals when it hit in 2019, and Anna Kate Draper’s experience was no different. Three years later, she is preparing to graduate from the RUC Master of Health Sciences program with a clinical research administration concentration—the first student to ever graduate from RUC with that particular degree concentration.

  7. Tiny art on display in inaugural Miniature Museum »

    11/18/2022

    On Wednesday, November 16, the GASA officially launched its Miniature Museum, a permanent display located in the lobby of the McConnell Library featuring tiny works of art created by Radford students.

  8. Highlanders in the News: Week of Nov. 14 »

    11/18/2022

    This week in Highlanders in the News: A Tazewell youth clinic founded by Renee Adair, M.S. ’11, gets some state start-up funding; Vinton business owner Chris McCarty ’89 bids farewell to his rental outlet after three decades; and child psychologists Alli Schreiner, M.S. ‘20, and Ally Marcus ’19 get a celebratory shout-out from Stafford County Schools.

  9. Students strategize the future, meet mentors at JumpStart »

    11/15/2022

    Each year, Radford University’s Center for Career and Talent Development holds the interactive JumpStart event, which is designed to help students boost their skills and begin working on becoming the best professional version of themselves.

  10. Radford celebrates Veterans Day with on-campus ceremony »

    11/15/2022

    Radford University saluted U.S. military veterans on Nov. 11, 2022, with a special on-campus ceremony that included guest speakers, songs and stories about the importance and impact of service to the country.

  11. Highlanders in the News: Week of Nov. 7 »

    11/11/2022

    This week in Highlanders in the News: A longtime advocate for safer work practices, Amy Johnson ‘09, D.N.P. ’13, is deemed Outstanding Woman in Agriculture by the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Women’s Leadership Committee; and digital messaging director Erin Kelsh ’12 talks about her career and her education, and also lists a few of her favorite things. 

  12. Waldron College hosts fall 2022 interprofessional case study activity »

    11/11/2022

    Over 200 students participated in the 12th annual Waldron College lnterprofessional Case Study Activity on Nov. 4, 2022. Students from communication sciences and disorders, counseling psychology, physical therapy, nursing, occupational therapy and social work programs collaborated on the case of Rosa Garcia, a sixth-grader whose family survived a fire, but face a long road to recovery and return to normal.