News & Events

  1. An eye on the sky and the future: Richard Alvarez readies for retirement »

    6/7/2018

    Vice President for Finance and Adminstration and Chief Financial Officer Richard Alvarez will retire from Radford University in June.

  2. Faculty-student research accepted for publication in financial academic journal »

    6/6/2018

    Radford University Associate Professor of Finance Abhay Kaushik’s research study, "Expense Ratios and Net Alphas of Large Cap Funds: Do Expenses Add Value?” has been accepted for publication in Financial Services Review.

     

  3. STEL professor working to improve standards for literacy educators »

    6/6/2018

    Radford University School of Teacher Education and Leadership (STEL) Professor Jennifer Jones Powell was among a group of literacy professionals who worked with the International Literacy Association to update its standards.

  4. Music therapy students to conduct undergraduate research »

    6/6/2018

    Two undergraduates in the College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) are conducting a 10-week research project under the mentorship of Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Graduate Music Program, Patricia Winter.

  5. Radford Nursing Professor earns statewide honor from national association »

    6/5/2018

    Assistant Professor of Nursing Megan Hebdon has been named one of two Virginia recipients of the State Award for Excellence by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. 

  6. Original research, breathtaking views highlight trip to Alaska »

    6/5/2018

    As hundreds of Radford University students study abroad this summer, others are reflecting – and some still thawing out – from a spring research trip to Alaska on Feb. 24-March 10.

  7. Radford professor, an embedded criminologist, serves local community »

    6/5/2018

    He’s worked with the Roanoke Police Department and the Virginia State Police – and most of the three-letter agencies in the United States.

  8. Criminal justice, political science students travel to nation’s capital »

    6/5/2018

    Criminal justice and political science students at Radford University left Roanoke via train to the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.