News Releases

  1. National Geographic photographer to present at 2019 RARE Festival »

    3/5/2019

    Radford University’s annual Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE) Festival, scheduled for March 25-26, will feature a special presentation by National Geographic photographer Trevor Frost.

     

  2. Original undergraduate research results in two conference presentations »

    3/4/2019

    Radford University empowers students from diverse backgrounds by providing transformative educational experiences and one way this is accomplished is through unique research opportunities.

  3. Dean’s List reception recognizes academic excellence »

    3/4/2019

    Radford University honored the 711 freshmen and new transfer students who made the Dean’s List for the fall 2018 semester with a reception Feb. 15 in Kyle Hall.

  4. Radford School Psychology professors, graduate students take mindfulness curriculum to local parents and students »

    2/25/2019

    Being mindful of yourself and of those around you – that is easier said than done. But that’s exactly what two Radford University professors and four graduate students set out to do last fall.

  5. Student teaching, coaching keeps Wade moving »

    2/25/2019

    Between student teaching and coaching cross country and track at her high school alma mater, Amanda Wade has a hectic schedule. That's putting it lightly.

  6. Radford University’s journalism program ranked best value in Virginia »

    2/21/2019

    According to College Factual, Radford University’s journalism program, housed in the School of Communication, is rated as the best value journalism program in Virginia and is in the top 20 in the country.

  7. Observe the ‘Year of the Pig’ at the Chinese New Year Celebration »

    2/20/2019

    The Chinese Club at Radford University is wrapping up of all the New Year celebrations Feb. 23, with the Lantern Festival (Yuan Xiao).

  8. Heather E. Keith selected as Radford University’s executive director of Faculty Development »

    2/20/2019

    Following a national search, Heather E. Keith, Ph.D. has been selected to serve as Radford University’s executive director of Faculty Development.

  9. Radford University partners with 1901 Group to enhance tech talent pipeline »

    2/19/2019

    A recent industry partnership with 1901 Group, a thriving cybersecurity and cloud technologies company, has enabled students in Radford University’s Department of Information Technology to gain valuable experience and skillsets in one of the Commonwealth’s fastest-growing and in-demand job markets.

     

  10. A sign of student-faculty collaboration »

    2/19/2019

    The Radford University Tree Ring Lab needed a new sign. Enter Nick Francis, a freshman from Troutville. Working with his research mentor Dr. Stockton Maxwell, he created a unique and clever door plaque using the Makerspace in Peery Hall.