News & Events

  1. Inspirational speakers address 2019 Governor's School  »

    7/25/2019

    Two renowned speakers shared anecdotes and answered questions on July 10 and 11, 2019 at the Summer Residential Governor’s School for Visual and Performing Arts and Humanities, hosted by Radford University.

  2. Radford nursing students cross Pacific Ocean for transformative experiences »

    7/25/2019

    Seven Radford University nursing students and faculty explored international healthcare during a 23-day study abroad experience to South Korea and Taiwan.

  3. Media spotlight: Coverage of the Summer Bridge Program and Apollo 11 Celebration »

    7/23/2019

    Two local media outlets highlighted Radford University's Summer Bridge Program for high school female students and the Apollo 11 Celebration on July 20, which marked the 50th anniversary of the historic mission to the moon.

     

  4. Summer Bridge students tour Torc Robotics, a leader in unmanned vehicle technology  »

    7/19/2019

    Several participants in Radford University’s Summer Bridge Program, designed for female high school students interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields, had an exciting and exclusive opportunity this week to tour the headquarters of Torc, a cutting-edge autonomous vehicle technology company.

     

  5. Radford COSD Summer Rite camps peak with celebration of Scottish Rite philanthropy »

    7/18/2019

    Almost 150 children, family members, members of the Roanoke-area Scottish Rite fraternity joined Radford students and faculty in the Kyle Hall Multi-purpose room on July 11, 2019 for a celebration to cap the 2019 Summer Rite Care season of camps for children with communications challenges. 

  6. Cupanion – Fill It forward »

    7/17/2019

    Radford University is partnering with the Cupanion Fill it Forward program in an effort to reduce the amount of single-use items on campus and deliver clean water to people in need.

  7. Increased global insight and a long-term goal achieved »

    7/9/2019

    When junior student-athlete Kateri Schoettinger, a member of the women’s soccer team, stepped off the plane and into the jungle, she fulfilled a long-term goal of hers: participate in the renowned Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE) Program at Radford University.

  8. Dynamic and exciting career launched at Radford University »

    7/9/2019

    Arielle Retting ’12 always knew she wanted to be a copy editor. Through ample opportunities while a student at Radford University, she made her dream a reality.

  9. Truly a ‘RARE’ experience »

    7/9/2019

    Clad in dirt and mud – and several new smells – Radford University students and faculty members returned from a transformative experience in the Peruvian rainforest.

  10. Local media highlight ‘RARE’ experience »

    7/9/2019

    Two local media outlets highlighted the Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE), which had 10 students and two professors travel to the Peruvian rainforest.

  11. Mike McGuire | Radford University Women’s Basketball Coach »

    7/8/2019

    Exultant players, fans, family and friends celebrated after the Radford University women’s basketball team and head coach Mike McGuire won their first Big South Conference Tournament championship in 23 years.

  12. From Radford’s airwaves to NPR’s: Dave Mattingly ’86 took advantage of his opportunities as a Highlander »

    7/8/2019

    Anyone who listened to WVRU, Radford University’s student-run radio station, in the mid-1980s heard Dave Mattingly’s ’86 voice on the airwaves.