News Releases

  1. Shred-A-Thon is April 10 »

    4/4/2018

    Radford University Recycling will host a Shred-A-Thon from noon to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10 at Heth Clock Plaza.

  2. Aspiring teachers flock to annual education career fair »

    4/4/2018

    Students looking for employment opportunities in PK-12 education packed into the Peters Hall for the Spring Education Career Fair.

  3. Radford University Board of Visitors to consider 2018-2019 academic year tuition and fee rates »

    4/3/2018

    In accordance with Section 23.1 – 307.D. of the Code of Virginia, requiring a thirty-day public notification, the Radford University Board of Visitors’ Business Affairs and Audit Committee is scheduled to meet on Thursday, May 3, 2018 beginning at 1:30 p.m. in Martin Hall, Third Floor, Mary Ann Jennings Hovis Memorial Board Room, Radford University, Radford, Va. for the purpose of discussing and recommending 2018-2019 academic year tuition and fee rates to the full Board.

  4. History on display »

    4/3/2018

    Dozens of middle and high school students presented projects to expert judges in the Virginia District III National History Day held in Heth Hall. 

  5. Learning ‘real-life’ lessons from the professionals »

    4/3/2018

    Nancy Artis ‘73 was part of an exercise with students in Mike Chatham’s advanced tax class, offering expert advice on dealing with tax nexus issues. 

  6. Radford graduate promoted to Brigadier General »

    4/3/2018

    On March 23, Jay Bienlien ’90 was promoted to Brigadier General.

  7. ‘Oklahoma!’ comes to Virginia »

    4/2/2018

    The Radford Theater Department is showcasing its production of the musical “Oklahoma!” in April. Originally premiering in 1943, “Oklahoma!” is celebrating its 75th anniversary.

  8. Differences between memory and history »

    4/2/2018

    With first-person, eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust fading away, School of Communication Associate Professor Sandy French sought to continue the discussion of public memory by creating a course that studies memory, history and challenges in communicating historical events.