News Releases

  1. Far from home, a Radford-trained teacher finds her calling »

    2/2/2021

    Sarah Chase M.S. ‘18 has an unquenchable thirst for teaching. She’s not content, at the moment however, with being in one setting, or teaching a particular subject. She’s on the move, imparting her knowledge and utilizing the skills she gained at Radford University to students around the world.

  2. Radford University Doctor of Education students publish in prestigious academic journals »

    2/1/2021

    Two students in Radford University’s Doctor of Education program have written essays that will soon be published in prestigious peer-reviewed academic journals.

  3. Radford University makes dining experience safer and more convenient »

    1/29/2021

    Radford University has created a unique and innovative way for students to order and safely pick up food. It involves a phone and a locker. The new Get & Go Dining Program allows Radford students with a Meal Plan to order food and drinks from participating restaurants on campus from their phones and pick it up from temperature-controlled lockers stationed near the dining establishments from which they ordered. 

  4. Assistant professor’s work helps identify hazardous online user-generated content »

    1/28/2021

    Since the dawn of the internet, web users have raised questions about who is responsible for a website’s third-party content. The enormous amount of online text makes it unfeasible for a team of readers to examine. The solution, says Radford University Assistant Professor of Management Richard Gruss, Ph.D., is a solid working relationship between humans and machines.

  5. Radford University MBA ranked among the best in the U.S. »

    1/27/2021

    The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program offered by Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics is being recognized in The Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools for 2021: On-Campus MBA Programs.

  6. Picasso, Warhol works on display at Radford University’s Art Museum at the Covington Center »

    1/27/2021

    The Radford University Art Museum is hosting “ARTGAWK: Choice Pickings from the Radford University Permanent Collection” through April 17, 2021. ARTGAWK features  works from Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol and many other renowned artists.

  7. Highlanders refreshed and ready for exciting opportunities in new year »

    1/22/2021

    The Spring 2021 semester at Radford University started on January 19 with a sense of optimism that could be felt across its Radford and Roanoke sites.

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

    1/20/2021

    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. 

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

    1/14/2021

    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. 

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

    1/13/2021

    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.