News & Events

  1. Process informs communication: Simulated emergency response provides students applied experience »


    Students in criminal justice and political science had a unique opportunity in late April to collaborate in a response to a mock disaster. 

  2. Board of Visitors hold spring quarterly meeting and freeze tuition for 2019-2020 academic year »


    The Radford University Board of Visitors held its quarterly meeting May 9-10 and approved a recommendation that called for the University to freeze tuition for undergraduate and graduate students for the 2019-2020 academic year. 

  3. Radford University hosts and livestreams popular cybersecurity contest »


    For the first time ever, the final tournament round of Radford University’s popular RU Secure Capture the Flag cybersecurity contest was livestreamed on Amazon’s, the world’s leading livestreaming platform for gamers.

  4. Students honored for outstanding library research at annual Winesett Awards ceremony »


    The finalists and winners of the The 2019 Winesett Awards for Library Research were honored on April 26 at a special ceremony in McConnell Library.


  5. Psychology honors society celebrates 40 years on campus »


    Psi Chi, the Psychology Honors Society at Radford University, celebrated 40 years on campus with a special induction ceremony in April. 

  6. Radford University holds graduation ceremony for student-athletes  »


    Radford University kicked off its Spring Commencement week May 6 with a ceremony to confer degrees upon student-athletes who will be unable to participate in the Class of 2019 main commencement ceremony.

  7. Center for Police Policy, Practice and Research opens »


    A special ceremony that included the inaugural Excellence in Policing award officially opened the Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research on April 24 in Radford University’s College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences Building.

  8. Dispatch simulator allows criminal justice students to gain professional experience »


    Students in Radford University’s criminal justice program have the opportunity to practice being a 9-1-1 dispatcher using the same equipment that is used to train professional dispatchers.

  9. Morgan Johnson and an invaluable internship »


    Morgan Johnson joined the Radford family as a transfer student. Originally from the Hampton Roads, Virginia area, moving away from home was both challenging, but also an exciting endeavor.

  10. Sophomores reflect and celebrate at Halfway There Celebration »


    More than 240 sophomore students attended the annual Halfway There Celebration on April 8.


  11. Hattie M. Strong Scholarship awarded to education students »


    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.

  12. Model UN participates in Southern Regional Model United Nations, wins awards »


    Five members of Radford University’s Model United Nations (Model UN) Club traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina, to participate in the Southern Regional Model United Nations in late March.