News Releases

  1. Dance celebration marks end of reading campaign »


    Radford University's 2014-15 RU READS: One Campus, Many Voices campaign concluded last week, but the literary celebration promises to continue year round.

  2. WCHHS faculty and student scholarship on display at 2nd annual symposium »


    The Waldron College of Health and Human Services (WCHHS) community gathered for its second Interprofessional Symposium and Expo (IPS&E) on April 14.

  3. Nutrition majors lend a hand at caregivers conference »


    Radford University junior nutrition and dietetics majors recently participated in the day-long Caring Connections Caregiver Conference and Resource Fair with the New River Valley Agency on Aging.

  4. Final 2015 Museum of Earth Sciences Lecture probes landmark disappearance »


    Radford University Geology Professor Skip Watts and Geology Lab Coordinator George Stephenson explored the case of the disappearing Mountain Lake for the Museum of the Earth Sciences Lecture on April 7 in the Hurlburt Student Center Auditorium.

  5. RU hosts Ignite Leadership Conference »


    Scores of student leaders from Radford University clubs and organizations attended the third annual Ignite Leadership Conference on campus on April 11.

  6. CHBS stars shine at Dean's Scholars ceremony »


    This weekend, the most exemplary students from Radford University's College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences were honored as Dean's Scholars.

  7. Campus community shows support for Autism awareness »


    Radford University President Penelope W. Kyle gathered with faculty, staff and students around the campus water fountain on April 2 in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day.

  8. WCHHS hosts Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources Dr. William A. Hazel »


    At Radford University’s inaugural Interprofessional Gerontology Symposium, Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources Dr. William A. Hazel Jr., reviewed the range of initiatives by which the Commonwealth is confronting an aging population.