News & Events

  1. MBA in business analytics recognized for affordability »

    10/13/2023, a business and data analytics education website, recently released its ranking of the 28 Most Affordable Online MBA Analytics Degree Programs in the United States, and listed the Radford University Davis College of Business and Economics program at No. 11.

  2. Research opportunities help Leah Ellis prepare for a future of promoting healthy habits »


    Research and professional development opportunities at Radford University have pushed Leah Ellis’ skills and expertise to a higher level, she said, and the junior nutrition and dietetics major from Fredericksburg, Virginia, continues to reap rewards from her work.

  3. Radford community comes together to give back »


    Radford University held its eighth annual Radford Gives Back event on Sept. 27, 2023. Students, faculty and staff volunteers donated and collected food items to distribute Bobcat Backpacks, a nonprofit community organization that serves Radford children with weekend food insecurity. 

  4. Cuisine class presents a tasty take on Asian cultures »


    Radford’s Asian Cuisines and Cultures course teaches students to explore and learn a broad array of Asian cultures and express them through cooking that country's typical cuisines with an understanding of their nutritional values. 

  5. NRV educators visit campus, get sneak preview of Artis Center »


    More than 50 K-12 teachers, administrators and counselors from across the New River Valley gathered for food, fellowship, and a preview of the new Artis Center for Adaptive Innovation and Creativity at Radford University during the Highlander Education Appreciation Reception.

  6. RUC nursing programs moving to RHEC ahead of spring 2024 semester »


    The nursing programs at Radford University Carilion in Roanoke will be moving from Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital to the Roanoke Higher Education Center (RHEC) in December 2023. Nursing students will begin classes at RHEC in January 2024 at the beginning of the spring semester.

  7. Highlanders in the News: Week of Sept. 25, 2023 »


    This week in Highlanders in the News: An extensive 95-year history of Elkins, West Virginia’s high school band includes a familiar figure – interim Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts Tim Channell; Mikayla Cox, a graduate student studying psychology, gets a warm welcome as she starts a new internship in North Carolina; and author Susan Van Volkenbergh ’86 shares a story as she passes by her alma mater. 

  8. Volunteer opportunities available for Radford Gives Back »


    Radford University students, faculty and staff will have three volunteer opportunities to help the university community over two days this week during the eighth annual Radford Gives Back. Highlanders are encouraged to participate in this Radford University tradition by donating, collecting and/or packing food items.  

  9. Highlander Highlights: Week of September 18, 2023 »


    Every two weeks, Highlander Highlights shares with readers some of the extraordinary research and accomplishments happening on and off campus through the tireless work and curiosity of our students and faculty.

  10. Business students, major employers put supply and demand into practice at Firm Night »


    The annual job fair, held by the Davis College of Business and Economics, marked its 17th anniversary with the Sept. 14 event. More than 60 students met with about two dozen companies across a wide range of specialties. 

  11. Choose Radford – Assistant Professor of Accounting Robert Warren »


    For two decades, Robert Warren worked as a special agent for the Internal Revenue Service, investigating tax evasion, money laundering and other crimes. Since his retirement in 2016, he’s brought that expertise to the classroom, as an instructor of auditing and accounting, and to the journals that publish his many articles.