News & Events

  1. On the air: How a marketing faculty member challenged her students to create board games for children with dyslexia »


    Assistant Marketing Professor Jane Machin will speak on the With Good Reason public radio program Nov. 10-16 about a project in which her students created board games for children with dyslexia.

  2. Students taking action to end hunger  »


    Radford University’s Department of Economics held its annual World Food Day panel discussion Oct. 16, with two student presenters focusing on the possibility of a zero hunger world by the year 2030.

  3. What’s great about Radford University? Ask Sarah  »


    Honors College student Sarah Church loves Radford, and she loves telling others about her university.

  4. Radford University and Emory & Henry College partnership establishes three new accelerated graduate programs »


    Leaders of Radford University and Emory & Henry College joined together earlier this week to sign cooperative agreements establishing three new accelerated graduate programs that will significantly shorten the time it takes for students to complete their undergraduate and graduate education.


  5. DPT students extend reach beyond clinic to flood-stricken Eastern North Carolina »


    For a day of service and break from the academic grind, three Radford University Physical Therapy students ventured south.

  6. New biology course hopes to expand research opportunities for freshmen »


    Radford University Department of Biology Chair and Associate Professor Justin Anderson is co-teaching a new course this semester that’s getting new students excited about research and their hands, a little dirty.


  7. Radford MFA student converts coal to an objet d’art »


    To open her exhibition, titled “Appalachian Currency,” second year MFA student Kirsten Sadler hosted a reception Oct. 29 in the Andrew W. Ross Student Art Gallery in McConnell Hall.

  8. Radford University hosts regional substance use disorders conference »


    Professionals representing federal, state, local and private agencies met at Radford University to explore the perplexing challenges of regional substance use disorders on Oct. 27.

  9. Class of 1968 celebrates their Golden Reunion »


    The Class of 1968 returned to Radford University during Homecoming Reunion and Family Weekend to celebrate their 50th, or Golden Reunion.

  10. Art students work to brighten new campus nursing sim center  »


    The new Radford Clinical Simulation Center (CSC) replicates the modern health care environment and seven art students have surveyed Radford’s Permanent Collection to develop a display that enlivens some of the CSC space.

  11. Radford University hosts Women’s Entrepreneurship Week  »


    Women’s Entrepreneurship Week was designed to bring attention to entrepreneurial pursuits of women around the world.

  12. Faculty, student researchers developing course to teach athletic trainers about sudden cardiac death  »


    Two Radford University faculty members and a group of undergraduate student researchers are creating a professional development online course designed to further educate athletics trainers about sudden cardiac death.