Radford University announces selection of Matthew J. Smith, Ph.D. as Dean of the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences »
Following a national search, Radford University has announced the selection of Matthew J. Smith, Ph.D. to lead the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences in the role of Dean. Dean Smith has served as Interim Dean since 2018. Prior to Dean Smith’s interim role, he served as Director and Professor in the School of Communication since joining the Radford family in 2016.
The Radford University Board of Visitors (BOV) met on campus February 13-14, 2020, for a series of committee meetings and a full BOV meeting in which members received reports from University representatives, including administrators, faculty, staff and students.
A diverse and energetic group of students proudly represented Radford University during Advocacy Day, a two-day trip that took them on tours of historic Richmond landmarks and brought them face-to-face with legislators.
The spectacular renovation to the storied Radford University Reed and Curie Halls was officially celebrated on February 12, 2020 with a special ribbon cutting ceremony in the building’s stunning campus-side atrium.
Radford University announces dedicated alumna and Artis College namesake as Spring Commencement speaker »
Alumna Nancy E. Artis ’73 will serve as the keynote speaker for the Spring Commencement ceremonies to be held for Radford University Carilion (RUC) on Friday, May 8, 2020, beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the Berglund Center, and for the main campus on Saturday, May 9, 2020, beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Moffett Lawn.
“Dr. Roybark represents everything that is good about Radford University,” wrote a colleague when recommending the accounting professor for the Dalton Eminent Scholar Award.
Several volunteers spent the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service knitting and crocheting 60 hats, gloves, scarves and cowls for students in need of an extra layer of warmth to battle the chilly weather that marked the beginning of the spring semester.
A classroom like no other: Students to venture deep into the Arctic Circle to conduct innovative research »
In early March, a team of Radford University students and faculty, along with two Governor’s School students, will head on an expedition that will take them to the northernmost point of the United States – Utqiagvik (Barrow), Alaska.
As a lifetime educator, Connie's journey is having an impact on peoples’ lives of all ages – from elementary school students to college students. In her current role, as an IT Support Specialist, she continues teaching, just to a different audience: Radford University faculty and staff.
Radford University’s College of Education and Human Development, in collaboration with the Center for Career and Talent Development, offered a full day of professional development for individuals projected to complete student teaching and graduate during the 2019-2020 academic year.