Academics at Selu
Radford University's Selu Conservancy is used as an indoor and outdoor classroom and research site. The “Barn” houses a science lab for field work and aviary on the lower level, a multi-purpose room on the main floor, and the attached silo is home of the observatory for astronomy classes and research. Selu is also home to "The Farm at Selu" offering interpretive tours of farm life in the 1930s, the RU ABLE ropes course, community garden, and acres of trails, river, and nature.
To make class reservations for Selu, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Programming at Selu in the News
- Learning the Logistics of field trips
- Matti Hamed featured in news for Highlander in Action grant.
- Dr. Close and Matti Hamed lecture at Wildwood Park.
- Students Fiona Surette and Laken Cooper mentored by Dr. Davis in ecophysiology lab at Selu.
- Bioblitz organized by Dr. Powers.
- Fall Our Turn to feature Selu Conservancy Celebration.
- Groundbreaking Event on April 26, 2014.
- Celebrating 25 years of Selu