News & Events

  1. Radford social work professor shares insight into school shootings with Virginia juvenile justice professionals »

    12/2/2016

    Philip Mongan, assistant professor of social work, shared his extensive research into the phenomena of mass school shootings with regional professionals in Portsmouth at the 2016 Virginia Juvenile Justice Association (VJJA) annual meeting.

  2. Criminal Justice revives professional bulletin »

    12/2/2016

    The Virginia Criminal Justice Bulletin was published for the first time this November by the Department of Criminal Justice at Radford University. The newsletter consists of a broad range of topics that encompasses the field of criminal justice.

  3. Register for classes TODAY »

    12/1/2016

    We want you to be part of the excitement at Radford University this spring, but you must register for classes.

  4. Radford University Social Work professor discusses research on With Good Reason public radio program »

    12/1/2016

    School of Social Work Director Diane Hodge will speak on the With Good Reason public radio program about her research into women’s leadership roles in academia.

  5. Festive planetarium show explores stars and constellations of the season »

    12/1/2016

    The first showing of "'Tis the Season" will air on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m.

  6. Sixth graders become Highlanders in Training »

    12/1/2016

    The School of Teacher Education and Leadership hosted, over two days, more than 273 sixth-grade students from William Byrd Middle School as part of the College in Six program.

  7. Radford welcomes community for Hebocon, Battlebots »

    11/30/2016

    Radford University hosted Hebocon, a community event in which participants fight homemade robots in a sumo-style competition in November.

  8. Radford students investigate Kennedy assassination, present findings »

    11/30/2016

    Everyone knows what happened on Nov. 22, 1963 – but Radford University students will utilize the new courtroom in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences to discuss and present findings of controversial aspects of the Kennedy assassination at 5 p.m. on Dec. 6.