News & Events

  1. COBE honors students; inducts 19 into BGS honor society »

    5/7/2018

    Radford University’s College of Business and Economics (COBE) inducted 19 student members into its Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) honor society chapter in an April 26 ceremony at Kyle Hall.

  2. Graduate students celebrated in hooding ceremony »

    5/5/2018

    More than 250 Radford University graduate students were hooded in a special ceremony inside of the Dedmon Center on May 4 surrounded by their family, friends, professors and mentors.

  3. Radford University Board of Visitors establishes tuition and fees for 2018-2019 academic year »

    5/4/2018

    During its May 4 quarterly meeting on campus, the Radford University Board of Visitors (BOV) approved tuition and fee rates for the 2018-2019 academic year.

  4. Researchers collect concussion data to aid wheelchair athletes »

    5/4/2018

    A group of faculty and student researchers worked with athletes at the National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament in Louisville, testing players for concussions and collecting valuable data.

  5. Hattie Strong scholarships awarded to education students »

    5/3/2018

    Six students in Radford University’s College of Education and Human Development teacher preparation program have each been awarded $5,000 scholarships from the Hattie M. Strong Foundation.

  6. CHBS honors graduate students »

    4/30/2018

    Outstanding graduate students in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences were honored for their work in research, teaching and academia in an intimate ceremony on April 27.

  7. McConnell Library honors Winesett Award recipients »

    4/30/2018

    The 2018 winners of the Winesett Awards for Library Research were announced and honored in the Andrew W. Ross Student Art Gallery in McConnell Library on April 27.

  8. Student shines as inspiring advocate for those with disabilities »

    4/30/2018

    Guy Smith was the host and organizer of Radford University’s Autism Awareness Program, “Let’s Solve This.” He is also a Radford University student who not only identifies autism as his primary disability, but openly discloses his diagnosis in an effort to spread awareness and acceptance.