News Releases

  1. International Guitar Festival makes its way to Radford »

    3/28/2017

    For 16 years, the International Guitar Festival has brought musicians from across the globe to Radford University. This year, the festival brings musicians from North America, Europe and Asia to campus from March 31 through April 2.

  2. Students present research at international higher ed conference »

    3/28/2017

    Radford University students Jessica Mundy and Matti Hamed, along with Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research & Scholarship Joseph Wirgau, recently presented at the ninth annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy.

  3. Students to present at Geological Society of America gathering »

    3/27/2017

    Several Radford University students and Department of Geology faculty will participate this week in the Geological Society of America (GSA) Southeastern Section Meeting.

  4. Greek Week not just for Greeks, organizer says »

    3/27/2017

    The weeklong series of philanthropic, athletic, and entertaining events commence April 9.

  5. RU Cyber Defense Club earns second in statewide competition  »

    3/24/2017

    Radford University's Cyber Defense Club (CDC) earned second place at the inaugural Virginia Fusion Cyber Cup Competition on Feb. 25 at Virginia Military Institute.

  6. Radford in the media: Professor joins former national intelligence director at technology summit »

    3/23/2017

    Several media outlets covered the March 22 Making Connections conference in Roanoke at which Radford University Associate Professor Prem Uppuluri presented and participated in a panel discussion on cybersecurity.

  7. Design brings high-end fashion to campus »

    3/23/2017

    The Department of Design hosted one of its most fashionable events of the year, Fashion Fete, on March 18. Students showcased their creations – including the first menswear collection – at the show.

  8. Former Psy.D. student, professor among those published »

    3/22/2017

    Radford University Professor of Psychology Sarah Hastings urges students to think about where they want to be - including desired career and locality - five years to a decade down the line.