News & Events

  1. Anticipation for new CHBS home builds  »

    7/21/2016

    As it prepares for the opening of its new home, the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences anticipates a new horizon.  

  2. Summer Bridge provides rich and inspiring experience for aspiring women scientists  »

    7/20/2016

    There was no fishing from the Summer Bridge or dangling one’s feet into the drifting current on a warm sunny day.

  3. East meets West in collaborative art exhibition at Reagan National Airport »

    7/20/2016

    The walls and exhibit cases at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport’s Gallery Walk feature a unique international collaboration of artworks.

  4. SON joins healthcare outreach collaboration »

    7/20/2016

    To prepare the next generation of health care providers and support their community, Radford University School of Nursing (SON) faculty and students will join the Remote Area Medical (RAM) clinic July 22-24 in Wise, Virginia.  

  5. President Hemphill engages Hampton Roads alumni in a conversation about the university's future »

    7/20/2016

    Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill continued his alumni tour in Virginia Beach on July 19 at the Princess Anne Country Club. More than 160 alumni joined the conversation about the university’s future and their role in it.

  6. Social Work students return from transcultural research trip »

    7/20/2016

    A group of Radford University graduate students recently returned from a transformational research trip to Uganda.

  7. Radford University finance professor talks with media about how presidential elections affect U.S. markets »

    7/19/2016

    Radford University Finance Professor Steve Beach appeared on WDBJ 7 to discuss why markets tend to dip during presidential election years when no incumbent in on the ballot.

  8. CEHD hosting RU World Ready? Global Education Conference 2016  »

    7/19/2016

    The College of Education and Human Development is hosting the Global Education Conference 2016 on Aug. 13, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. in Young Hall.