Latest News

  1. Bottom to top and back down, students analyze Olympic weightlifters every move »

    6/29/2016

    Radford University Fitness, Strength and Conditioning majors have gotten a heavy dose of hands-on learning experiences over the past few months.

  2. Radford University faculty member helps find answers to Paralympic racers' nutritional needs ahead of Rio games »

    6/28/2016

    Radford University Health and Human Performance Associate Professor J.P. Barfield was part of a research team this spring that examined the nutritional needs of Paralympic athletes ahead of the summer games in Rio de Janeiro.

  3. Radford Takes Part in White House National Week of Making »

    6/28/2016

    The success of Radford University's Makers and Innovators community earned the school a spot at the Higher Ed Maker Symposium, hosted by the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP).

  4. RU hosts Summer Bridge for week of intense science and technology exploration »

    6/28/2016

    High school-aged women from across Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic region will explore science and technology July 10-15 at the Summer Bridge Program, hosted by Radford University’s College of Science and Technology.

  5. Radford School of Nursing earns acclaim from national ranking website »

    6/27/2016

    NursingSchoolsAlmanac.com has recognized Radford University’s School of Nursing (RUSON) as a top national and regional nursing school.

  6. Radford alum earns honor as prestigious Pew Scholar  »

    6/27/2016

    The Pew Charitable Trust named Donita Brady ‘03 a 2016 Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences.

  7. 74th Virginia Boys State comes to a close at RU »

    6/24/2016

    For the fourth year in a row, Radford University has played host to some of commonwealth’s finest young leaders at the 74th American Legion Boys State of Virginia.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

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