News Releases

  1. Women's History Month Calendar of Events »

    2/29/2016

    All members of the Radford University community are invited to take part in a large slate of events celebrating Women’s History Month.

  2. Help Save the Next Girl founders to visit Radford University »

    2/26/2016

    Since 2010, Help Save the Next Girl (HSTNG) has grown from its grassroots into a national organization dedicated to combating sexual assault and abductions.

  3. Advisory on parking and security at Radford University on Monday Feb. 29 »

    2/26/2016

    A presidential campaign event is scheduled for noon Monday, Feb. 29, at the Dedmon Center on the Radford University campus. Below is information designed to ensure attendees arrive safely and promptly to the event.

  4. Career Center STEM Career Fair on tap Feb. 24 »

    2/19/2016

    Radford University’s Career Center will provide students with a display of the opportunities available to them within the science and technology fields at the STEM Internship and Career Fair on Feb. 24.

  5. Radford hosts statewide nursing conventions for future nurses »

    2/18/2016

    To prepare for service as nurses and health care providers, more than 500 students from across Virginia convened at Radford University Feb. 6 for the 64th annual state convention of the Virginia Nursing Students Association (VNSA).

  6. Spreading the word about good nutrition »

    2/17/2016

    What can you do with 30 minutes? That was the question and challenge Jyotsna Sharman presented to students in her fall semester Community and Cultural Nutrition course at Radford University.

  7. Burke honored with award for criminal justice research »

    2/17/2016

    Tod Burke was honored in Vancouver, British Columbia, with the Richard Tewksbury Award, given for his contributions to criminal justice scholarship.

  8. Offices of University Relations and University Advancement win multiple awards at CASE District III Conference »

    2/17/2016

    Radford University's Office of University Relations and Office of University Advancement received three awards for outstanding publications during the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District III Conference Feb. 14-17 in Nashville, Tennessee.