News Releases

  1. BOV dines with student leaders from across the university »

    9/15/2017

    Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill and the Radford University Board of Visitors (BOV) dined with student leaders from across the university on Sept. 14.

  2. Radford University announces enrollment, academic profile and residence occupancy increases for fall 2017 »

    9/14/2017

    Radford University leadership announced its fall 2017 enrollment statistics in an update to the Board of Visitors on Sept. 14.

  3. Radford University professor discusses rural criminology on public radio program »

    9/14/2017

    From poachers telephoning fish to bear gallbladders on the China market, Radford University Criminal Justice Professor Egan Green discussed a range of rural criminology topics on an upcoming episode of the NPR radio program “With Good Reason.”

  4. Hemphills invite entire freshmen class to inaugural cookout »

    9/13/2017

    Radford University’s nearly 1,900 freshmen received a personal invitation to President Brian O. Hemphill and First Lady Marisela Rosas Hemphill’s home for a cookout on Sept. 8.

  5. Celebrating October as National Campus Sustainability Month »

    9/13/2017

    October is National Campus Sustainability Month and to celebrate, Radford University Sustainability is organizing the university’s first Campus Sustainability Week.

  6. New president, faculty advisor lead PRSSA rebrand »

    9/13/2017

    Radford University’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is undergoing a rebranding process.

  7. Communication field study takes students to Comic-Con »

    9/12/2017

    School of Communication Director Matthew Smith channels his love of comics and pop culture into an experience that continually redefines what can be done in the field of communication.

  8. Making economics fun for students and their teachers »

    9/12/2017

    Radford University's Department of Economics hosted its inaugural Economics Teachers Conference in August for secondary teachers to explore key topics in economic theory that are essential for students to learn before they enter college.