News Releases

  1. Radford University honors faculty and staff at 2017 Employee Service Awards »


    Radford University recognized nearly 200 employees for their dedication and service to the university and the community.

  2. USA Today advertising VP serves as COBE’s latest executive in residence »


    COBE alumnus Jeffrey Burkett ’93 served as the college’s executive in residence for a day, speaking with students and faculty about his role as an advertising executive.

  3. Radford University says thank you during the Celebration of the Radford Society »


    Some of the University’s most generous donors were honored on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at the historic Governor Tyler House during an evening Celebration of the Radford Society. Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill welcomed university supporters to his home to show his appreciation of their dedication to Radford University’s students, colleges and programs.

  4. Partners in Excellence celebrates benefactors, beneficiaries »


    The annual Partners in Excellence luncheon, held April 7, 2017, in Kyle Hall, gave scholarship beneficiaries and benefactors the unique opportunity to meet one another, while also serving to honor both parties.

  5. Student Engagement Forum to showcase student achievement »


    The April 18-20 event, sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (OURS), will feature the work of more than 400 students representing a wide variety of fields.

  6. Preserving by planting »


    For the past several years, Radford University faculty and students have been working to reclaim several areas within the region by planting trees.

  7. Annual symposium features WCHHS interprofessional scholarship and service »


    The Waldron College of Health and Human Services (WCHHS) community hosted its fourth annual Interprofessional Symposium and Expo (IPS&E) on April 11 in Heth Hall.

  8. Campus reflects on Women's History Month celebration »


    Radford University students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered on campus March 31 to celebrate the end of a rich and rewarding Women's History Month.