News Releases

  1. Radford honors veterans with special ceremony and networking event »

    11/19/2018

    The Radford University family united this week to honor and celebrate our nation's veterans.

  2. Occupational Therapy wins WCHHS book drive »

    11/19/2018

    The Waldron College of Health and Human Services has completed its inaugural book drive, collecting more that 400 books

  3. Professor’s research establishes police response to micro-time crime hotspots as effective »

    11/19/2018

    Police have been working for years to identify patterns of micro-crime hotspots and debating response. Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Roberto Santos, a former police commander, said that response to these events can reduce crime by about 20 percent.

     

  4. Symposium nurtures health care teamwork across disciplines »

    11/19/2018

    Nearly 200 students focused on the healthcare challenges of a hypothetical three-year-old child with special needs during the Waldron College of Health and Human Services' Fall Interdisciplinary Symposium in Heth Hall on Friday, Nov. 2.

  5. Radford Highlanders Festival to return to campus »

    11/15/2018

    The Highlanders Festival will return to the Radford University campus in 2019 where it was proudly held for a number of years.

  6. Radford art historian co-edits newly-published scholarly book »

    11/13/2018

    Professor of Art Carlee Bradbury is the co-editor of  “Gender, Otherness and Culture in Medieval and Early Modern Art” recently published by Palgrave Macmillan in its prestigious New Middle Ages Series.

  7. Black lung, coal mining inspires professor’s research »

    11/13/2018

    Coal mining, long a staple industry in Appalachia, inspired Aysha Bodenhamer ’10 when she was an undergraduate student at Radford University.

  8. Modern era of United States emerges under Teddy Roosevelt, says Radford professor »

    11/13/2018

    In Professor of History Matthew Oyos’ new book on Theodore Roosevelt, he covers the iconic president’s influence on the modernization of America.

  9. Radford Makers learn failure’s role in success »

    11/13/2018

    To “make” at its fundamental level, several members of Radford’s Community of Makers put aside their usual tool kit of 3D printers, microcontrollers, electronics, power tools and  multimedia this semester to throw pots in the RU Annex Pottery Studio.

  10. On the air: How a marketing faculty member challenged her students to create board games for children with dyslexia »

    11/7/2018

    Assistant Marketing Professor Jane Machin will speak on the With Good Reason public radio program Nov. 10-16 about a project in which her students created board games for children with dyslexia.