News Releases

  1. Distinguished journalist visits campus, gives advice and insight »


    Few people know as much as journalist Hugh Aynesworth when it comes to the Kennedy Assassination. Aynesworth visited Radford University as the cornerstone of a course team-taught by Professors Stephen Owen and Tod Burke.

  2. CHBS Advisory Board awards alumni at Homecoming »


    In the fall of 2015, the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) Advisory Board established two alumni awards for the college.  The awards were presented for the first time during Radford University’s 2016 Homecoming and Family Weekend.

  3. Symposium to build future health care providers’ teamwork and cultural competency  »


    To introduce students to the dynamics of interprofessional teamwork and the effects of local culture, the Waldron College of Health and Human Services will host the fifth annual Interprofessional Education and Practice Symposium (IEPS) on Nov. 4.

  4. Campus provides input for provost search »


    The Radford University family gathered on Oct. 20 to provide input on the search for a new provost. The search committee chair is Orion Rogers, Dean of the College of Science and Technology, and is aided by search firm Greenwood/Asher & Associates.

  5. Diverse student population is at the heart of Radford University »


    Radford University’s student body has become increasingly more diverse in recent years.

  6. Radford professors provide political commentary »


    Radford University Professors Carter Turner and Scott Dunn provided political commentary for WFXR 21/27.

  7. Kickoff dinner celebrates new Prelaw Society »


    A group of faculty, staff, students, alumni and members of the area’s legal community will gather for a dinner on Oct. 27 to celebrate the founding of a new Prelaw Society at Radford University.

  8. Senior nurses earn valuable triage experience with mock disaster drill »


    Shrieks and wailing of victims injured in a mock rock concert gone wrong ripped Selu Conservancy’s stillness on Oct. 12.