News Releases

  1. President Kyle joins students promoting women in technology »


    Radford University President Penelope W. Kyle was the featured guest at an April 6 event that promoted women in technology.

  2. SGA announces election results »


    Radford University's Student Government Association elections were held March 28-31.

  3. DPT program celebrates five-year milestone »


    With a glance back and a look at the program today, Radford University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program celebrated its five-year anniversary with corporate partners, friends, alumni and guiding lights.

  4. Veteran resource agencies to visit Radford University »


    A special gathering of veteran’s resource groups will take place in the Hurlburt Student Center plaza on Monday, April 11 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., allowing veterans in the Radford University community easy access to benefits and assistance.

  5. SMIPO wins big in New York City »


    Radford University’s Student Managed Investment Portfolio Organization (SMIPO) earned the top fund ranking for the Value Fund Category – Undergraduate Division at the 2016 Global Asset Management Education Forum (GAME) in New York City.

  6. International Guitar Festival brings global style to Radford University »


    The 15th annual Radford University International Guitar Festival will bring internationally renowned guitarists to the Performance Hall in the Covington Center for the Visual and Performing Arts April 8-9.

  7. Women's History Month concludes with a reflective reception »


    Radford University’s observation of Women’s History Month came to an end with a celebration of the many women who have shaped the university’s storied history.

  8. Radford English professor among nature writers reading at Selu »


    Radford University English Professor Rick Van Noy is teaming with two other writers for a public reading to celebrate Earth Day at 4 p.m., April 23, at the Selu Conservancy.