News Releases

  1. Radford faculty offer lottery insight »


    Hours before the winning numbers were announced for the record $1.5 billion Powerball jackpot, two Radford University faculty members spoke with media about the astronomical odds of winning and the unique financial responsibilities that accompany so much money.

  2. Radford University prohibition against self-balancing electric wheeled boards ("hoverboards") »


    Due to concerns from the Consumer Product Safety Commission and guidance from the Virginia State Fire Marshal regarding the safety of self-balancing electric wheeled boards ("hoverboards"), the Radford University Office of Emergency Preparedness and Safety, in consultation with the university’s Risk Advisory Committee, has decided to prohibit the devices and their chargers in all Radford University buildings and grounds including residence halls.

  3. Presidential Transition Committee members announced »


    Radford University Presidential Transition Committee co-chairs Alethea “A.J.” Robinson and Mary Ann Hovis ’65 announced today the appointment of members to the Committee.

  4. Stay warm this winter with these tips »


    Winter cold is in full force and Radford University Sustainability has a handful of tips to help you keep your home or residence hall room warmer through the chill.

  5. WCHHS staff starts holidays unselfishly with local gleaning  »


    With an afternoon of gleaning, a five-person team of staff members from the Waldron College of Health and Human Services and family started their 2015-16 holiday seasons. 

  6. Radford biology faculty earns national student mentoring honors »


    Radford University’s Sara O’Brien, assistant professor of biology, has won the Council on Undergraduate Research Division of Biology Early Career Mentoring Award.

  7. Winter Club Fair to highlight RU's student organizations »


    The Jan. 22 event will feature more than 120 student organizations.

  8. RU organizes weeklong celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. »


    Radford University will once again honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with a weeklong series of special events.