News & Events

  1. Music Education professor and students travel abroad »

    12/19/2016

    Two Radford University students and a professor are traveling to Nepal over winter break to give professional development workshops on best practices for teaching music to young children.

  2. Radford recognized for community service efforts »

    12/19/2016

    The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) has placed the university on its 2015 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

  3. COBE’s second Innovation Contest produces impressive results »

    12/19/2016

    This fall, students competed is a semester-long project designed by COBE faculty to spark creative and innovative thinking in the university student community. 

  4. President Hemphill's Fiscal Year 2018 budget update »

    12/16/2016

    President Hemphill addresses the proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2018, including the possible statewide budget reductions.

  5. RU Makers utilize planetarium equipment »

    12/16/2016

    The RU Maker-themed University 100 course was the first taste of the RU Maker community at Radford University.

  6. Journalist Roland Martin announced as keynote speaker of MLK Jr. Program »

    12/14/2016

    Renowned journalist Roland Martin, lauded for his honest and hard-hitting news delivery, will be the guest speaker at Radford University's Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Program.

  7. Young Junie B. challenges, prepares students »

    12/13/2016

    First-grader Junie B. Jones brought energy and spunk to Radford University in holiday-themed performances in December.

  8. Students present findings on Kennedy assassination »

    12/12/2016

    Radford University students filled the new courtroom inside the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences building on Dec. 6 to present their findings on controversial aspects of the Kennedy assassination.

  9. Students learn insanity defense in new court room »

    12/9/2016

    Students in Assistant Professor Luke William Hunt’s Criminal Law and Evidence course practiced the use of the insanity defense in a mock trial.

  10. Student designs ad, runs in Roanoke Times »

    12/7/2016

    Sophomore merchandising design major Caitlin Kincaid created an advertisement for the local business Meg and Garrett’s, which ran in The Roanoke Times in November.

  11. Instead of running away over Thanksgiving break, Radford student takes to runway »

    12/6/2016

    For many students, the Thanksgiving Break was a respite from the rigors of academic competition. During her break, Alexis Drury, a junior nursing and psychology major from Roanoke, competed in the 2016 Miss Virginia pageant in Blacksburg. 

  12. Holiday Food Drive to fill local food pantries »

    12/6/2016

    The Radford University community is encouraged to donate to the Holiday Food Drive this month to ensure that no family goes hungry this holiday season.