News Releases

  1. Political Science professor receives TAP award »

    2/9/2017

    Radford University Political Science Professor Reginald Shareef received the Total Action for Progress (TAP) award for community service.

  2. Radford explores international partnership with Chinese university »

    2/8/2017

    To explore partnership and exchange opportunities, Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill welcomed a party of administrative colleagues from the Shandong Youth University of Political Science Nov. 30.

  3. Students traveled to Nepal to conduct workshops »

    2/8/2017

    Over winter break, juniors James Nugent and Charlotte Hargest traveled with Music Education Professor Jennifer McDonel to Nepal to teach music to children, provide music education workshops to music teachers and do research on music education practices in Nepal.

  4. Harvard Business Review lists COBE faculty member’s book among popular case studies »

    2/8/2017

    Marketing Associate Professor Gary Schirr’s most recent book, “Service Innovation,” has been selected to accompany Harvard Business Publishers’ most popular case studies.

  5. Alumna Neesey Payne to keynote Black History Month event »

    2/7/2017

    Radford University alumna Neesey Payne '10 will be the keynote speaker at New River Community College's Black History Month Program on Feb. 19 at 3 p.m.

  6. Radford University Faculty Senate passes resolution regarding executive order on immigration »

    2/3/2017

    On Feb. 2, the Radford University Faculty Senate passed the following resolution in response to a recent presidential executive order on immigration.

  7. Radford University students off and running with Creative Sprint »

    2/3/2017

    Students from the College of Business and Economics, College of Education and Human Development and College of Visual and Performing Arts are teaming up to participate in the 30-day Creative Sprint program.

  8. Students travel to Richmond for Advocacy Day »

    2/3/2017

    Fifty students traveled to the state capital on Jan. 31-Feb. 1 to advocate for Radford University and engage with state representatives.