Two local media outlets highlighted the Radford Amazonian Research Expedition (RARE), which had 10 students and two professors travel to the Peruvian rainforest.
From Radford’s airwaves to NPR’s: Dave Mattingly ’86 took advantage of his opportunities as a Highlander »
Anyone who listened to WVRU, Radford University’s student-run radio station, in the mid-1980s heard Dave Mattingly’s ’86 voice on the airwaves.
Exultant players, fans, family and friends celebrated after the Radford University women’s basketball team and head coach Mike McGuire won their first Big South Conference Tournament championship in 23 years.
Fifty years ago, people from around the world were glued to their television sets to witness a historical first- the Apollo 11 mission that landed the first two people on the moon.
Radford University’s Summer Bridge Program partners with Appalachian Power to inspire young women in STEM »
Radford University’s Summer Bridge Program for female high school students has received a generous donation in the amount of $25,000 from Appalachian Power through the American Electric Power (AEP) Foundation.
The pride of Virginia’s youth convened on June 23 at Radford University for the Summer Residential Governor’s School for Visual and Performing Arts and Humanities.
Thomas Armel has known what he wants to be since he was 7 years old: a police officer.
Radford University family and friends had a picturesque and panoramic view of Roanoke, Virginia from The Penthouse at Center in the Square during the fifth Highlander Family Tour event held on June 11, 2019.
Workshop introduces faculty to methods toward incorporating sustainability initiatives into their courses and communicating their importance to their students.