News Releases

  1. Hundreds of students present research work at Winter CARD  »

    12/12/2022

    Sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (OURS), the event offers scholars the opportunity to share the research projects they’re working on and engage in discussions, often with spectators beyond their target audiences.

  2. Highlanders in the News: Week of Dec. 5 »

    12/9/2022

    This week in Highlanders in the News: Geology professors Skip Watts and Beth McClellan help local news plumb the depths of Mountain Lake; Marty Smith ’98 has Heisman-centric plans this weekend; Kwabena Osei-Sarpong ’05 helps take care of business; and Amherst County taps longtime firefighter Brad Beam ’21 as its new director of public safety.

  3. Winter Commencement 2022: Undergrad researcher ready for her next chapter »

    12/9/2022

    Gabi Richards has a passion for the outdoor environment, and it shows. From getting her feet wet in research by walking local streams in search of microscopic bugs to traveling to North America’s northernmost city to collect core ice samples in minus-20 degrees Fahrenheit temperatures, Richards has made the most of her brief time at Radford.

  4. Winter Commencement 2022: An exciting day for first-generation grad »

    12/9/2022

    In May of 2022, Sarah Cole sat among the crowd gathered for Radford University’s Spring Commencement, watching friends walk across the stage as their names were called to receive their diplomas. “It was really exciting,” the senior communication major said of the joyous occasion that’s always brightened by smiles and filled with laughter and music. “Now, it’s my turn. I’m really excited to experience graduation for myself.”

  5. Winter Commencement 2022: Art education graduate hopes to share the joy of creativity through teaching »

    12/8/2022

    “I hope that I will be able to guide students… in seeing the beauty of everything," Miriam Jones ‘22 said. “I’m hoping, as an educator, that I’ll help students be excited to continue learning as they grow and to continue to find unique ways to share their passions.”

  6. Winter Commencement 2022: Graduate says her nursing family, hard work have helped her succeed »

    12/8/2022

    When Josey Lackey was a Radford University pre-nursing student, she attended meetings of the Student Nursing Organization in hopes of one day being part of the group. Little did she know that a few years later, she would be leading it as the organization’s president while earning her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

  7. Winter Commencement 2022: Educator takes place among pioneering Ed.D graduates »

    12/6/2022

    Brian Kitts will be among the first cohort of 20 students to graduate from Radford University with a doctorate of education degree.

  8. Students take on the toughest problems at Wicked Festival »

    12/6/2022

    More than 300 Radford University students took over the third floor of Kyle Hall on Nov. 10, 2022, to demonstrate and discuss their fall semester research into the wicked problems plaguing society.

  9. Winter Commencement 2022: Accounting grad leads with people skills »

    12/6/2022

    Accounting major Rashaad Jones '22, who recently accepted a full-time position as an auditor for a Virginia Beach firm, discovered his calling in a business class and he hasn't looked back.

  10. Highlanders in the News: Week of Nov. 28 »

    12/2/2022

    This week in Highlanders in the News: Norfolk nurse Maxine Morales ‘06 talks up her history with a familiar co-worker (her mom); former Highlander soccer coach Don Staley ’89 gets an Alabama nod for his subsequent successes; and photographer Theodore Samuels ’01 puts his work on display with a solo exhibition in Brooklyn, New York.