News Releases

  1. FBI training hosted on Radford University campus »

    8/27/2019

    The Artis College of Science and Technology’s Forensic Science Institute (RUFSI) hosted advanced forensic training for the FBI on Radford University’s campus from July 29-31.

     

  2. Psy.D. program receives HRSA grant »

    8/27/2019

    Radford University’s renowned Counseling Psychology (Psy.D.) program received a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant totaling $940,178 to improve the health of underserved communities by strengthening the health workforce and connecting skilled professionals to those communities.

  3. Artis College faculty receive award to study impacts of pipeline installation »

    8/27/2019

    Radford University’s Artis College of Science and Technology is the recipient of a 2019 Jeffress Trust Award. This award will support faculty and students as they research and explore the impact of pipeline construction on streams in Southwest Virginia.

  4. Meet Highlanders from Radford’s Class of 2023 »

    8/26/2019

    Clear skies and a warm day greeted Radford University’s Class of 2023 during move-in on Aug. 22.

  5. Partnership with New River Valley Commerce Park proves invaluable research opportunity for undergraduates »

    8/21/2019

    Students enrolled in two Artis College of Science and Technology courses conducted impactful undergraduate research at the New River Valley Commerce Park located in Pulaski County, Virginia, this year.

     

  6. ONE Card makes its debut »

    8/20/2019

    Radford University has introduced ONE Card, encompassing the vision and student-centered nature of Radford University.

  7. Want to improve analytical and decision-making skills? Study economics »

    8/19/2019

    Economics courses not only increase students’ knowledge of the subject, but also improve their analytical skills and problem-solving abilities, according to a recent study by Radford University Economics Professor Seife Dendir, Ph.D.

  8. Economics Teachers Conference is ‘the greatest conference’ »

    8/16/2019

    The Radford University Economics Teachers conference is designed to provide Virginia middle and high school business, economics and personal finance teachers an opportunity to explore topics in economic theory that are essential for students to learn before they enter college or and the workforce.

  9. English professor talks climate change on public radio program »

    8/8/2019

    Radford University Professor of English Rick Van Noy, Ph.D., will discuss his latest book, “Sudden Spring: Stories of Adaptation in a Climate-Changed South,” on the With Good Reason public radio program. The professor’s interview will air Aug. 10-16 on more than 100 stations across the United States. Programs are available as podcasts at withgoodreasonradio.org.

  10. Student takes RARE opportunity to work first-hand with school children in Peru »

    8/8/2019

    When Pennington heard about the Radford Amazonian Research Expedition program at Radford University, she knew that was a way for her to get first-hand research experience.