News & Events

  1. Summer Bridge program highlighted in multiple news outlets »

    7/14/2016

    The positive impact of the Summer Bridge program, hosted at Radford University, has recently been profiled in The Roanoke Times and WDBJ Channel 7.

  2. President Hemphill discusses priorities with Northern Virginia alumni »

    7/14/2016

    President Brian O. Hemphill visited with close to 200 Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. alumni on Wednesday during the first stop on his alumni tour.

  3. Dr. Brian O. Hemphill begins presidency with Quest »

    7/7/2016

    President Brian O. Hemphill has quickly and energetically embraced his role as Radford University's seventh president.

  4. President Hemphill talks with WSLS's Bethany Teague »

    7/6/2016

    Dr. Brian O. Hemphill, Radford University's seventh president, sat down with Bethany Teague of WSLS 10 News for a conversation Tuesday during which he touched on a variety of topics.

  5. NSA/DHS certification puts Radford among cyber security elite  »

    7/5/2016

    Radford University has been designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

  6. Radford COSD faculty and students host full RiteCare© summer schedule to enhance children's literacy and language skills »

    7/5/2016

    To cap the 2016 RiteCare© Clinics' summer of helping children develop and enhance their communication and literacy skills, almost 150 children, family members, area Scottish Rite Freemasons and Radford student clinicians joined Provost Joseph Scartelli for a celebration.

  7. Greetings to the Highlander Family! »

    7/1/2016

    Greetings from President Hemphill

  8. Governor's School Returns to Radford University »

    6/30/2016

    Some of the state’s finest high school students will take center stage at Radford University again as the Virginia Summer Residential Governor's Schools in the Humanities and the Visual and Performing Arts return to campus.