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Radford University is hosting Women Entrepreneurship Week on October 19-26 to celebrate the entrepreneurial pursuits of women on campus, in the region and around the world.
Radford University officially opened its new home for student entrepreneurship Thursday, Sept. 26, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Kyle Hall.
Fall semester 2019 classes began at Radford University on Aug. 26.
The Waldron College of Health and Human Services (WCHHS) began a new chapter in its history on Aug. 17, 2019 when it welcomed its expanded faculty and staff family for the 2019-20 all-college meeting in the Hurlburt Center Auditorium.
When Pennington heard about the Radford Amazonian Research Expedition program at Radford University, she knew that was a way for her to get first-hand research experience.
Seven Radford University nursing students and faculty explored international healthcare during a 23-day study abroad experience to South Korea and Taiwan.
Almost 150 children, family members, members of the Roanoke-area Scottish Rite fraternity joined Radford students and faculty in the Kyle Hall Multi-purpose room on July 11, 2019 for a celebration to cap the 2019 Summer Rite Care season of camps for children with communications challenges.
Two programs in the Waldron College of Health and Human Services (WCHHS) have earned recognition by HealthGrad.com as top programs in Virginia.
Highlander pride was on full display during Radford University’s Spring 2019 Commencement Weekend.
Three programs in Radford University’s College of Graduate Studies and Research are ranked in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Grad Schools Rankings.
Central to the role of nurses as a health care provider is patient education.
Professionals representing federal, state, local and private agencies met at Radford University to explore the perplexing challenges of regional substance use disorders on Oct. 27.