News & Events

  1. Pulaski County Honors President Kyle »

    6/22/2016

    The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors honored Penelope W. Kyle with a Resolution of Appreciation for her leadership and community outreach during her 11 years as President of Radford University.

  2. Grant will fund doctoral opportunities for education and community counseling »

    6/21/2016

    Radford University’s Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) students will now have more opportunities to work in integrated care settings in Southwest Virginia, thanks to a Health Resources and Services Administration grant.

  3. Departments of Art and Design receive national accreditation »

    6/21/2016

    Thanks to the hard work of faculty and students, the Radford University Departments of Art and Design have joined a select group of programs with national accreditation.

  4. Students get hands-on experience during spring project »

    6/20/2016

    When Management Professor Iain Clelland sent his students out to work with a real-life client on a complex event project this spring, they quickly realized plans can often go awry and fast thinking is necessary for keeping a client happy.

  5. Student Recreation and Wellness to host new multi-sport summer camp »

    6/20/2016

    Registration is open for Radford University's new Student Recreation and Wellness Multi-Sport Summer Camp.

  6. President Hemphill to Host Alumni Receptions »

    6/20/2016

    Dr. Brian Hemphill begins his service as Radford University’s seventh president on July 1, 2016. He will be meeting with alumni across the Commonwealth during July and August, beginning in Northern Virginia, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Roanoke and New River Valley.

  7. Campus welcomes new students during Quest 2016 (with video) »

    6/17/2016

    Radford University welcomed more than 500 students and their family members to campus on June 16-17 for the first traditional Quest session of the summer.

  8. RUPD Response to Suspicious Object of June 15 »

    6/17/2016

    Some members of the Radford University campus community have asked questions regarding the university’s response to a suspicious object that was discovered on June 15 at the Student Outdoor Recreation Complex, which is located off campus at the intersections of Burlington, Clements, Whitehall and East Main Streets.