Radford University Professor of English receives Virginia’s top award for excellence in teaching »
Radford University Professor of English Jolanta Wawrzycka, Ph.D., is among a select group of recipients of the prestigious 2021 State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) Outstanding Faculty Award. The annual award recognizes superior accomplishments in teaching, research and public service and is the Commonwealth's highest honor for faculty at Virginia's public and private colleges and universities.
Staying Healthy This Fall and Winter: Tips from Public Health Experts »
Faculty in our Public Health program have tips for how you can stay healthy this fall and winter!
President Hemphill delivers virtual State of the University Address »
Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D., delivered his fourth annual State of the University Address on November 13, 2020. The address was presented in a virtual platform, which has become a staple of our campus and our society.
President Hemphill signs Carbon Commitment by reaffirming Radford University’s long-standing focus »
Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D., signed the Carbon Commitment in November, reaffirming Radford University’s long-standing focus on reaching carbon neutrality and promoting campus-wide sustainability.
Lauren Singley: Accelerating a Dream »
Lauren Singley, a student in the Radford University Carilion Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, said that through the COVID-19 global pandemic, she and her classmates learned to adapt to the challenges they were presented with, just as nurses do in their everyday profession.
World Food Day virtual panel discussion focuses on food insecurity »
Radford University students and faculty members joined virtually with community members on October 15 to observe World Food Day 2020 with a panel discussion centered on local food production and provision during a global health pandemic.
#RadfordFirstGen Highlanders: Setting the path »
Radford University celebrated first-generation students, faculty and staff on November 9, 2020. Hundreds of first gens passed through the Bonnie Plaza, where they were greeted with cheers of encouragement and plenty of gear to recognize their achievements.
Zach Collier is in the business of risks »
Throughout Zach Collier’s career, wherever he goes, his research centers on risk and decision analysis.
Radford University recognizes local law enforcement with Excellence in Policing Award »
Chief Scott C. Booth of the Danville Police Department is the Radford University Center for Police Practice, Policy and Research’s 2020 Excellence in Policing award recipient. The annual award is given to a current sworn police officer, supervisor, commander or executive who is a leader in his or her agency and has been a champion for implementing innovative strategies that bring about change and improve policing.
Upcoming events to celebrate academic success and encourage enrollment »
Two events in November will recognize the academic achievements of the newest members of the Radford family, the Class of 2024, while encouraging all Highlanders to continue their education at Radford University.