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  1. Hispanic Heritage Month at Radford »


    Join the campus community and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a slate of commemorative events.

  2. 2015-2016 faculty-led study abroad opportunities announced by IEC »


    As an enhancement to a student’s academic experience, international study is a valuable investment with real benefits.

  3. Career PREP Conference prepares students for future careers »


    For hundreds of Radford University students, the first Career PREP Conference was an important first step in netting the career of their dreams.

  4. Spanish Film Festival a highlight of Hispanic Heritage Month »


    Students, faculty and organizations around campus are preparing for this year's celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.

  5. Kurdish scholars return to Radford University to workshop learning philosophies »


    Radford University reaffirmed international bonds on Aug. 6 when visitors from the Iraqi Kurdistan Rural University Partnership Program (IKRUPP) returned to campus

  6. Another successful Governor's School concludes at Radford University »


    Students at the 2015 Virginia Summer Residential Governor's Schools in the Humanities and Visual and Performing Arts will long remember new friendships and learning opportunities after the programs come to a close on July 25.

  7. The Jessie Ball duPont Fund awards $95,000 to Radford University’s Doctor of Psychology program »


    The Jessie Ball duPont Fund awarded the Doctor of Psychology program $95,000 to provide behavioral health therapy to patients of the Community Health Center of the New River Valley.

  8. Governor's School returns to Radford University »


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

  9. Professor emeritus shines light on capital punishment at home and abroad »


    For Mary Atwell, professor emeritus of criminal justice, capital punishment in the legal system has long been a research focus.