News & Events

  1. President Hemphill hosts two open forums for faculty discussion »

    9/11/2017

    Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill welcomed the university’s faculty for conversations during two Presidential Open Forums sessions in the Hulburt Student Center auditorium on Sept. 5 and 6.

  2. IMPACT featured in the media »

    9/11/2017

    The launch of Radford University’s Innovative Mobile Personalized Accelerated Competency Training, or IMPACT, was featured in an array of media outlets after its announcment on Sept. 8.

  3. Radford University announces new IMPACT program »

    9/8/2017

    Radford University announced today the launch of an innovative new competency-based education (CBE) program that will position the university as a national leader in training working professionals for high-demand occupations.

  4. Note of Sadness to the Radford Family »

    9/7/2017

    President Hemphill announced, "It is with deep sadness that I share the news that our dear colleague, Marie Testerman, passed away earlier this afternoon."

  5. Celtic-folk rock band SYR headlines the Radford Highlanders Festival »

    9/7/2017

    In central South Carolina, Celtic-folk rock band SYR (pronounced sire) draws upon the themes of Scottish legend and lore to craft their own unique sound, which venture to the New River Valley when SYR performs at 11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m. on Oct. 21, 2017 at the Radford Highlanders Festival.

  6. School of Communication professors take home top awards »

    9/7/2017

    School of Communication associate professors Twange Kasoma and John Brummette won awards at the 2017 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) conference in Chicago.

  7. Radford advances in 2017 'Best Bang for the Buck' university rankings »

    9/4/2017

    For the fifth consecutive year, Radford University has been recognized as a "Best Bang for the Buck" institution by Washington Monthly Magazine in its annual College Guide and Rankings.