News Releases

  1. Radford University acknowledges President Brian O. Hemphill’s selection as Old Dominion University’s 9th President and applauds his dedicated service »


    This afternoon, Radford University acknowledged President Brian O. Hemphill’s selection as Old Dominion University’s 9th President and shared its deep appreciation for his strong leadership and many contributions.

  2. Radford University School of Teacher Education and Leadership faculty member appointed to Disability Rights Advocates board of directors »


    Radford University associate professor of special education Darren Minarik, Ph.D., has been appointed to serve on the Disability Rights Advocates (DRA) board of directors.

  3. Hungry yet, Highlanders?  »


    Radford University has a dozen different on-campus dining establishments to keep you well fed and prepared for whatever stands in your way. What are the most popular menu items? Find out now from our Dining Services staff.

  4. Inorganic Chemistry Research Lab gives students a creative advantage in the field »


    Located on the third floor of Curie Hall, the Inorganic Chemistry Research Lab houses an array of specialized equipment students are not usually exposed to as undergraduates.

  5. Radford, NCI partner for research collaboration, talent pipeline development »


    Radford University and NCI Information Systems, Inc., have established an agreement to build a collaborative and close working relationship that will further the goals and initiatives of both NCI and Radford students and faculty through joint academic, education and project-execution activities.

  6. Andrea Tiller, RN, B.S.N. ’19: A multigenerational commitment to nursing »


    Andrea Tiller, R.N., B.S.N. ’19 followed her mother and grandmother into nursing, but she found her Radford Family and one of the best Schools of Nursing in the Commonwealth of Virginia in her own back yard.

  7. Radford professor accepts national-level position with the American Chemical Society »


    Assistant professor of organic chemistry Amy Balija, Ph.D., has accepted the position of chair of the Women Chemists Committee (WCC) of the American Chemical Society (ACS).

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


    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.

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


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

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


    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.