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  1. Making and innovation initiative meets sumo wrestling »


    On Nov. 7, Radford University and the City of Radford schools hosted the second BattleBots competition in which high school and middle school students got creative with robots they built to battle for supremacy.

  2. RU Planetarium announces new features »


    Scientific mystery and imagination merge in the latest offerings by the Radford University Planetarium.

  3. Honors Academy names associate director »


    Associate Professor of Biology Jason Davis has been named associate director of Radford University’s Honors Academy.

  4. RU Geology student earns professional recognition and experience »


    Senior geology major Robert Huber was recognized as a Martin L. Stout Scholarship recipient at the annual meeting of the Association of Engineering and Environmental Geologists (AEG). 

  5. Radford joins White House to host local Astronomy Night observation »


    To celebrate Astronomy Night Oct. 19, the Radford University Planetarium and students from the RU chapters of the international physics honor society Sigma Pi Sigma and the Society of Physics Students will join a national initiative to explore the stars and the night sky.

  6. RUFSI recognized for assistance to law enforcement »


    Radford University’s Cliff and Donna Boyd, co-directors of the RU Forensic Science Institute, were presented with honorary membership into the Virginia Forensic Science Academy (VFSA).

  7. Summer Research Celebration highlights RU undergraduate research efforts »


    Featuring ecophysiology, data science, forensic archeology and chemistry among other disciplines, the third annual Summer Research Celebration capped a focused summer experience for several Radford University undergraduates. 

  8. 2015-2016 faculty-led study abroad opportunities announced by IEC »


    As an enhancement to a student’s academic experience, international study is a valuable investment with real benefits.

  9. Faculty, students to discuss research on public radio »


    Radford University Geology Professor Skip Watts, Lab Coordinator George Stephenson and teams of geology undergraduate and graduate students have long been investigating the case of the disappearing Mountain Lake.

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