News & Events

  1. Annual ethics panel set to discuss Presidential Election »


    The Department of Criminal Justice is hosting an interdisciplinary ethics panel at 7 p.m. on Oct. 25 in the Bonnie Auditorium. The theme for the panel is “Critical Issues in this Presidential Election.”

  2. The Class of 1966 celebrate their Golden Reunion »


    President Brian O. Hemphill welcomed 30 alumnae from the Class of 1966 to the Governor Tyler House on Oct. 15 to celebrate their Golden Reunion.

  3. Marisela Rosas Hemphill stressed importance of education and community service during Homecoming’s Women of Radford Luncheon »


    Marisela Rosas Hemphill, Ph.D., wife to Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D. served as keynote speaker during the Women of Radford Luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016.

  4. Alumni toured campus and new buildings as a part of President Hemphill’s inauguration festivities »


    Following the inauguration of Radford University's seventh president, Dr. Brian O. Hemphill, alumni toured the campus’ newest buildings.

  5. Homecoming festivities a hit; alumni say Radford University is a fit for future Highlanders »


    The Radford University community celebrated Homecoming and Family Weekend Oct. 14-16.

  6. Luncheon honors alumni who have made an impact in their professions, community and their alma mater »


    The Alumni Volunteer Leadership Business Lunch and Awards Ceremony was held Friday, Oct. 14 in Kyle Hall and hosted over 80 alumni, family and friends of Radford University.

  7. Radford Science & Technology Facility $34M Renovation Planning Approved, Will Advance STEM, Cyber Education and Innovation »


    Radford University's College of Science and Technology (CSAT) recently received exciting news that a nearly $34 million renovation approved for funding in the 2016 bond package has been authorized to proceed with planning.

  8. CSAT honors generous supporters during the Center for the Sciences ribbon cutting »


    After the ribbon was cut on the College of Science and Technology’s new Center for the Sciences, Dean Orion Rogers honored those who have named spaces in the building through financial support.