News Releases

  1. Dalton Eminent Scholar Award winners announced »


    Radford University announced the five faculty members that won the 2018 Dalton Eminent Scholar Awards.

  2. CHBS faculty members receive distinguished teaching, research awards »


    To kick off the 2018-2019 academic year, Jack Call, professor of Criminal Justice, and Pam Jackson, professor of Psychology, received the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award and the Outstanding Research Award, respectively.


  3. Radford senior caps collegiate career by sharing his love of theatre »


    As Stuart Little completed a 12-show run in Porterfield Theatre, Director Chris Phillips was proud to see the classic story come to life again.

  4. Davis College honors students; inducts 21 into Beta Gamma Sigma honor society »


    Radford University’s Davis College of Business and Economics presented student awards and inducted 21 student members into its Beta Gamma Sigma honor society chapter in ceremonies on Nov. 27 at Kyle Hall.


  5. Part-time job fair brings employers to campus, providing convenience for students searching for work »


    The Center for Career and Talent Development hosted its inaugural Part-time Job Fair on campus Nov. 7 to give students an opportunity to meet with employers in one convenient location.


  6. Radford dance performance explores “the war to end all wars” »


    To understand and convey the impact of World War I, Radford dance students premiered an original dance work, titled “Lost Souls: A Recollection of the Great War,” on Nov. 8 in the Albig Studio Theatre.

  7. Davis College speaker talks about a career of helping African countries reach self-reliance »


    Cheryl L. Anderson of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) delivered the keynote address Nov. 5 at the Radford University Davis College of Business and Economics Global Capitalism Lecture Series sponsored by BB&T.

  8. Radford University, Jefferson College physical therapy students join effort to promote adaptive athletics »


    Thirteen Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy students dove in the Christiansburg Recreation Center pool to introduce area residents with spinal cord injuries and neurological disorders to the fun of kayaking on Nov. 3.

  9. Exhibition sets stage for students’ impending graduation »


    To open the exhibition of the works by Master of Fine Arts (MFA) and Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) candidates in the studio art curriculum, the Radford University Art Museum on Tyler hosted a reception Nov. 9.

  10. Dancers to premiere original work at international dance festival »


    Three Radford dance students will spend their Thanksgiving breaks as performers and teachers in South Korea at the sixth annual Incheon International Contemporary Dance Festival.