University Advancement News
Provost Joseph Scartelli joined a celebration to cap the 2017 RiteCare Clinics' summer of helping children develop and enhance communication and literacy skills.
Radford University today named Wendy Lowery to be the University's next vice president for Advancement.
As a result of the Search Committee's strong collaboration and diligent efforts, and the valuable input from throughout the Radford family during candidate campus visits, I am pleased to announce the selection of Wendy Lowery as Radford University's next vice president for University Advancement.
Radford University pride was on full display during the 2017 spring commencement ceremony. Mingled among the various forms of regalia sported by individual Highlanders were red and white philanthropy cords.
Radford University's first-ever week of giving competition raised nearly $46,000 toward seven different college-specific, high impact projects. The contest, dubbed "Spring Fever," pitted the six different Radford University colleges - as well as Athletics - against one another to see which project could reach its funding goal first.
Radford University celebrates historic announcement and names the Artis College of Science and Technology »
Radford University announced today that alumna Nancy E. Artis ’73 and H. Pat Artis, Ph.D. will contribute $5 million to Radford University to establish the Artis Endowed Scholarship Fund.