News Releases

  1. Davis College Advisory Council provides students with COVID-19 relief »


    In May, just weeks after Radford University transitioned all in-person courses to online gatherings to slow the spread of COVID-19, members of the Davis College of Business and Economics graciously volunteered to donate funds to assist students facing financial hardships as a result of the global health pandemic. 

  2. Online Degree Completion offers track to B.B.A. for adult learners »


    After earning an associate degree, Anthony Dykes began looking for a university where he could work toward a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Seeking a program that could conveniently fit into busy work and life schedule, Dykes enrolled in Radford University’s new online Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree offered through the Davis College of Business and Economics. 

  3. Radford University & Academic Partnerships Team Up to Offer Affordable and Quality Online Programs in Nursing and Business »


    Radford University has entered into an agreement with Academic Partnerships (AP) to provide its highly sought-after and affordable degree programs throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and beyond.

  4. Radford University’s Winter Break Bucket List »


    With the start of classes still weeks away, here are a few tips and suggestions to break the post-holiday lull, including some from Radford University’s very own experts.

  5. Radford University announces recipients of the 2020 Dalton Eminent Scholar Award »


    Radford University has announced the recipients of the prestigious 2020 Dalton Eminent Scholar Award. The annual awards provide faculty members opportunities to go above and beyond in their chosen academic fields.

  6. Thomas Serebrov: Compassionately Connecting with Patients »


    Radford University Carilion Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing student Thomas Serebrov says, “I chose this profession because of a love of people and a desire to help carry them through difficult times.”

  7. Mandy Thiede: Saving Lives Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow »


    Radford University Carilion Emergency Services program student Mandy Thiede has been saving lives since she was 15 years old, working as a lifeguard. But, it was an incident when she was off duty that made her feel like she could truly make a career out of her life-saving skills.

  8. Trisha Vergara: Opportunities into Realities within Respiratory Therapy »


    At 12 years old, Trisha Vergara moved with her family from the Philippines to the United States. She did not speak English, making school and personal relationships outside of her family difficult, if not impossible. Now, as a senior respiratory therapy student at Radford University Carilion, Vergara uses those experiences often as she works with a variety of patients.

  9. Radford University faculty member presented outstanding professor award, research awards »


    Radford University associate professor of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Josh Carroll, Ph.D., was the recipient of the Outstanding Professor Award and two Excellence in Research Awards given by the Resort and Commercial Recreation Association at its virtual national conference in November.

  10. In public radio interview, Radford University Professor of English delves into his theories on writing  »


    Radford University Professor of English Louis Gallo, Ph.D., recently recorded an interview with the “With Good Reason” public radio program in which he talked in detail about his theories and inspirations for writing.