News & Events

  1. Sixth graders become Highlanders in Training »

    12/1/2016

    The School of Teacher Education and Leadership hosted, over two days, more than 273 sixth-grade students from William Byrd Middle School as part of the College in Six program.

  2. Radford welcomes community for Hebocon, Battlebots »

    11/30/2016

    Radford University hosted Hebocon, a community event in which participants fight homemade robots in a sumo-style competition in November.

  3. Radford students investigate Kennedy assassination, present findings »

    11/30/2016

    Everyone knows what happened on Nov. 22, 1963 – but Radford University students will utilize the new courtroom in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences to discuss and present findings of controversial aspects of the Kennedy assassination at 5 p.m. on Dec. 6.

  4. Highlanders to perform in Saigon, Bangkok »

    11/29/2016

    In December, Radford University students and faculty will fly to Vietnam and Thailand to perform in a series of guitar performances.

  5. Radford in the media »

    11/29/2016

    Radford University was featured in The Roanoke Times over the past week, covering a variety of topics.

  6. Radford University Nursing professor discusses research on With Good Reason public radio program »

    11/22/2016

    School of Nursing Professor Lisa Onega is exploring whether exposure to bright light that mimics the sun's light can relieve those who suffer with dementia from symptoms like depression and agitation. She will speak about the research on the With Good Reason public radio program.

  7. Fashion lands safely in nation’s capital  »

    11/21/2016

    High-flying fashion landed at Reagan National Airport this fall. The gallery exhibition was designed and developed by teams of Radford University students.

  8. COBE celebrates its highest achievers »

    11/17/2016

    Radford University’s College of Business and Economics honored the extraordinary efforts and achievements of some of its top students at ceremonies on Nov. 15 in Kyle Hall.