News Releases

  1. Differences between memory and history »

    4/2/2018

    With first-person, eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust fading away, School of Communication Associate Professor Sandy French sought to continue the discussion of public memory by creating a course that studies memory, history and challenges in communicating historical events.

  2. Students will create, learn and become successful entrepreneurs in a new living-learning community »

    3/28/2018

    Radford University students from every academic discipline will have the opportunity to be entrepreneurial in all aspects of the collegiate experience through the new Entrepreneur Learning Community (ELC) located in Moffett Hall opening fall 2018.

  3. New living-learning community gives future teachers early involvement »

    3/28/2018

    The Schoolhouse living-learning community is a new home in Moffett Hall for aspiring teachers at Radford University opening fall 2018.

  4. A week-long celebration of the field of communication gives students applied experience »

    3/28/2018

    Radford University students planned and organized a week-long event dedicated to the field of communication called COMS Week, which runs April 9-13.

  5. Award-winning author Cece Bell to speak at Radford University »

    3/27/2018

    Children’s author and illustrator Cece Bell will speak at Radford University's Bonnie Auditorium at 6:30 p.m., April 11. She will speak about the writing and history of her award-winning graphic novel “El Deafo.” 

  6. Senior nursing students participate in mock disaster drill »

    3/26/2018

    More than 50 senior nursing students participated in a wide-ranging mock disaster drill at Selu Observatory and Conservancy on Feb. 28.

  7. Accomplished poet to visit campus »

    3/23/2018

    Accomplished poet, translator and essayist Rosa Alice Branco will give a Portuguese poetry reading and host a discussion on her work “The Cattle of the Lord” at 7 p.m. on April 17 in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences 1006.

  8. Answering the bells »

    3/22/2018

    Freshman Sean Walker has won trophies, medals and an MVP honor while competing around the United States and internationally in goalball, a sport in which participants have some degree of visual impairment.