News Releases

  1. Radford University celebrates largest gift in its history »

    10/3/2018

    Radford University announced a landmark $8 million gift from Sandra C. Davis and William C. Davis as part of a campus-wide event held on Oct. 3, 2018.

  2. Examining criminology from an inside-out perspective »

    10/2/2018

    Radford University Criminal Justice Professors Riane Bolin and Egan Green are teaching a class in a nontraditional setting: inside a jail.

  3. Donations sought for third annual canned food drive »

    10/2/2018

    The third annual Radford Gives Back food drive is scheduled for Oct. 16-17.

  4. Radford family supports Fear 2 Freedom, packs hundreds of kits for sexual assault survivors »

    10/1/2018

    For the fourth consecutive year, the Radford University family turned out in full force to support the nonprofit organization Fear 2 Freedom (F2F) and raise awareness of sexual assault and sexual violence.

  5. Expanded nursing sim center returns to campus »

    10/1/2018

    The Radford Clinical Simulation Center (CSC) is in its new home on the third floor of Cook Hall, has doubled in size and added capabilities that replicate the modern health care environment.

  6. Professor continues rich work on James Joyce, presents at international conferences »

    9/28/2018

    Radford University Professor of English Jolanta Wawrzycka continued her rich academic portfolio on the works of renowned author James Joyce with three international presentations.

  7. Radford University special education faculty receive funding for building inclusive schools project »

    9/28/2018

    Three Radford University School of Teacher Education and Leadership faculty members have been awarded a grant from the Virginia Board for People with Disabilities. The grant will promote inclusive educational practice in Virginia and ultimately enhance the school and community inclusion of children and youth with developmental disabilities in Virginia.

  8. English student featured as a participant in August Zurich James Joyce workshop »

    9/26/2018

    From an opportune meeting in Rome to a conference participant in Zurich, studying author James Joyce has taken Radford University graduate student Mikaela Kelley across the globe.

  9. Highlanders and Hoyas meet at Selu to ‘deconstruct rural-urban divide’ »

    9/25/2018

    Radford University’s Appalachian Regional and Rural Studies Center and Georgetown University’s Baker Center for Leadership and Governance collaborated this summer to offer students a three-day interactive program called Hoyas and Highlanders: Deconstruct the Rural-Urban Divide.

  10. Criminal Justice professor featured in media outlets »

    9/25/2018

    Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Luke William Hunt recently appeared on two media outlets.