News Releases

  1. Social Work students connect globally and grow individually on trip to Uganda »

    7/26/2018

    In Africa for two weeks, Social Work students and faculty forged unique personal connections and deepened Radford University’s international profile.

  2. Cassaday & Co. names alumna new president »

    7/24/2018

    Allison Huke Felix ’01 has been promoted to president and principal of Cassaday & Co., an independent wealth management firm founded by Stephan Cassaday ’76. Cassaday will transition to chairman while remaining chief executive officer.

  3. Academically-gifted high school students spend summer at Radford »

    7/20/2018

    In the pursuit of knowledge, nearly 400 academically-gifted high school students from across the Commonwealth of Virginia came to Radford University from June 24 to July 21 to participate in Governor’s School.

  4. Lights, camera, action: Alumna stars in short film, wins ONIROS award for best supporting actress »

    7/20/2018

    From a chance opportunity to winning an ONIROS award for best supporting actress in “Attendance is Required,” Lauren Faulkner ’15 is making the most of her opportunities out west.

  5. Radford University, Jefferson College merger featured in the media »

    7/18/2018

    On July 17, Radford University's potential merger with Jefferson College was named one of The Roanoke Times' political all-stars.

  6. COMS professor guest speaks in Germany, travels globe for research »

    7/13/2018

    School of Communication (SOC) Assistant Professor Michael Meindl guest spoke at a German university and traveled to Romania, South Africa and Hawaii for research on documentaries – all in a 30-day span.

  7. Radford faculty, students and alumnus serve as media experts »

    7/13/2018

    Radford University faculty, staff and students have been featured in various media outlets this summer.

  8. Students to study dendrochronology in Wyoming »

    7/12/2018

    Department of Geospatial Science Associate Professor Stockton Maxwell and three students are heading to the North American Dendroecological Fieldweek (NADEF) later this month.