News & Events

  1. Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research receives additional grant »

    12/16/2019

    The Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research is continuing its strong tradition of impactful, community-oriented engagement and support by receiving a U.S. Department of Justice Community-Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) grant.

  2. Commissioning ceremony welcomes new Army officer »

    12/16/2019

    Radford University’s Army ROTC commissioned 2nd Lt. James Michael Clatterbuck in a special ceremony on Friday, December 13 in Hurlburt Student Center.

  3. Radford University announces $13 million investment in new scholarship program »

    12/16/2019

    Radford University announced the establishment of the Highlander Distinction Program, a four-year, renewable scholarship for incoming students studying on the main campus. 

  4. Winter CARD opens door for more student research presentation opportunities »

    12/13/2019

    Built on the successful tradition of already-established research events, the inaugural Winter CARD program gave students an opportunity in early December to share their work and research with fellow students, as well as faculty and staff.

  5. Tobacco Commission Grant assists in Radford University school counselor program expansion »

    12/13/2019

    Radford University is the recipient of a Commonwealth’s Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission grant that enables the expansion of its school counselor program.

  6. Sinclair Constantine Allen: A moment worth waiting for »

    12/12/2019

    Sinclair Constantine Allen ‘19, of Haymarket, Virginia, stood on the stage as Colonel Paul Mele officiated his commissioning ceremony. Sinclair soaked in that special moment and reflected on what it took to arrive at that landmark occasion.

  7. Highlanders bring holiday cheer to Roanoke Symphony Orchestra »

    12/12/2019

    The Highlanders Pipes and Drums joined the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and over 250 performers onstage for the annual Holiday Pops Spectacular with over two hours of holiday favorites, carols and original material.

  8. Veteran, first-generation student set to graduate »

    12/11/2019

    The page is being turned to a new chapter as Juan Martinez ’19, a student veteran from Bath, Michigan, is graduating this December and set to join the Blacksburg Police Department in January 2020.

  9. Radford University earns STARS silver rating for campus sustainability practices »

    12/11/2019

    Radford University’s campus sustainability initiatives have received a green thumbs up!

     

  10. Occupational Therapy Assistant students present assistive technology construction case studies »

    12/11/2019

    Occupational Therapy Assistant students developed assistive technology devices created to help patients complete everyday tasks—a fun, meaningful opportunity to apply their education concepts through a simulated challenge.

  11. Yesun-Erdene Jugdersuren: A goal and a dream »

    12/10/2019

    When she was 8 years old, Yesun came to the United States from Mongolia at the behest of her mother, who was completing her studies at Johns Hopkins University. Gradually, she came to call the metro-D.C. area home. Now, Yesun is becoming a proud Radford alumna.

  12. Alumni honored for their dedication, service and achievement »

    12/10/2019

    Shortly after the 2019 State of the University Address, Radford University alumni gathered in the Davis College of Business and Economics for a lunch celebrating the tireless work of the alumni volunteers and their on-going efforts to grow the Radford family.