News & Events

  1. Radford University RN-BSN program named best in Virginia by allnurses.com »

    9/1/2023

    Radford University’s RN-to-BSN program has been ranked the best in Virginia by allnurses.com for 2023. The website points to the program’s affordability for the ranking, as well as its flexibility for working nurses, featuring a 100% online curriculum and accelerated 10-month completion time.

  2. Radford University Board of Visitors to Hold Quarterly Meetings Sept. 7 and 8 »

    9/1/2023

    The Radford University Board of Visitors will hold its quarterly meetings on Thursday, Sept. 7 and Friday, Sept. 8 in Room 340 of Kyle Hall (701 Fairfax Street) in Radford.

  3. Counselor education professor spends summers at camp – helping kids »

    8/25/2023

    For Department of Counselor Education Professor Wally Scott, this camp has all his favorite things.

  4. Goals reviewed, faculty honored at annual convocation »

    8/25/2023

    A common thread wove through the fabric of the annual Faculty Convocation on Aug. 18, with many speakers at the event focusing on efforts to stabilize enrollment and further solidify Radford University’s position as one of the premier institutions of higher education in Virginia.

  5. Highlander Highlights: Week of August 21, 2023 »

    8/25/2023

    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.

  6. Criminal justice professors build on groundbreaking research to further students’ careers »

    8/25/2023

    Rachel and Roberto Santos have built a policing model from practice and research that provides police leaders around the U.S. a clear path for institutionalization of crime reduction. They’ve also established a crime analysis and criminal intelligence minor designed to help Radford students build a foundation of knowledge and skills that is already translating to careers as law enforcement crime and intelligence analysts.

  7. During Fall Move-In, Radford’s campuses came alive with new arrivals, volunteers, warm welcomes »

    8/24/2023

    New and returning students reported for the upcoming semester across the third week of August, a process that, by all accounts, moved smoothly. It was facilitated by Highlander help, careful planning and special events. 

  8. Tartan Tails program unveils new web page, issues call for applications »

    8/23/2023

    The Highlanders’ animal therapy team will review potential new members through Aug. 30.

  9. Highlanders in the News: Week of August 14, 2023 »

    8/18/2023

    This week in Highlanders in the News: Podcast guest Mark Eggleston ’91 reviews his wide-ranging careers, from carpenter to psychotherapist to chief information security officer; the Suffolk (Virginia) News-Herald profiles Alexis Perkins, just one of Radford University’s latest class of freshmen; and Floyd County High School teacher Jennifer Hendrick ’13 rolls up for a history tour.

  10. Angela Joyner, VP of economic development and corporate education, tapped to participate in prestigious leadership academy »

    8/11/2023

    The Executive Leadership Academy, open to just three dozen education leaders each year, prepares its attendees to develop skills and rise to positions of higher responsibilities. Since its founding, over the past decade and a half, more than 100 individuals who have completed the ELA program have since been appointed as university presidents or chancellors. 

  11. Highlander Highlights: Week of August 7, 2023 »

    8/11/2023

    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. 

  12. Highlanders in the News: Week of July 31, 2023 »

    8/4/2023

    This week in Highlanders in the News: Remembering Radford tennis phenom Martin Sayer ’09, MBA ‘10; also, Christiansburg Police Maj. Chris Ramsey, M.S. ’97, ascends to the rank of chief; and Director of Recreation and Wellness D.J. Preston talks about how first-generation students can rise to the challenges they face.