News Releases

  1. Trio of faculty air expertise on With Good Reason »

    10/30/2020

    Radford University Professor of History Matthew Oyos, Ph.D., will be a guest on the “With Good Reason” public radio program to talk about how President Theodore Roosevelt transformed and modernized the United States military to accommodate America’s growing interests around the world. Two other Radford University faculty members also appeared on the public radio program in October.

  2. Grad student Terrance Shepherd plays for Alicia Keys on Instagram Live »

    10/26/2020

    It took Terrance Shepherd 14 years to get his first keyboard. But it took him less than 10 seconds to knock the socks off a musical legend over Instagram Live. 

  3. Alexandria Pilot: Passionate about Public Health and Higher Education »

    10/23/2020

    From the moment Alexandria Pilot graduated with her master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2014, she planned to continue her education. However, she wasn’t sure how that educational journey would continue and where until she arrived at Radford University Carilion.

  4. For the first time ever, Homecoming at Radford University was held virtually »

    10/20/2020

    Homecoming weekend at Radford University looked very different in 2020 with no in-person gatherings being held on campus. Keeping the Highlander spirit alive despite the COVID-19 pandemic was important to the Office of Alumni Relations, which hosted its first ever virtual Homecoming this year.

  5. Professor of marketing ‘exemplifies the notion of a teacher-scholar’ »

    10/19/2020

    Professor of Marketing Jane Machin, Ph.D., “exemplifies the notion of a teacher-scholar who cares deeply about her students.” It’s one reason she is this year’s Donald N. Dedmon Distinguished Teaching Professor Award at Radford University.

  6. CHBS alumni awards honor impactful Highlanders »

    10/16/2020

    Radford University’s College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) has announced the winners of the annual alumni awards, which honor the achievements and legacies of impactful Highlanders.

  7. Annual food drive Radford Gives Back postponed until spring 2021 »

    10/15/2020

    Due to the effects of COVID-19 and in the best interest of the Radford family, the fifth annual Radford Gives Back, originally planned for mid-October 2020, has been postponed to spring 2021.  

  8. Radford’s entrepreneurship minor is built for the business-minded in all paths of study »

    10/15/2020

    Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics has reimagined its interdisciplinary entrepreneurship minor to provide students with the skill sets needed to effectively create and manage business opportunities across all academic disciplines.

  9. Radford Music Professor Jennifer McDonel Co-Develops Harmony & Heart Program  »

    10/14/2020

    Primrose Schools has announced plans to implement “Harmony & Heart” at the system’s 400 schools in 31 states—a new music and character development program developed in part by Jennifer McDonel, Ph.D., Radford University assistant professor of music and director of music education.

  10. Radford University is saving trees through PrintReleaf partnership  »

    10/14/2020

    Two hundred-fourteen trees are living today because of Radford University’s commitment to reduce its paper usage on campus. That is 214 trees to circulate oxygen into the air, provide shade, help prevent water pollution, reduce soil erosion, clean the air and combat climate change.