News Releases

  1. Commemorative Program celebrates King's legacy »

    1/19/2017

    The many talents of Radford University's students, faculty, staff and distinguished guests took center stage on Jan. 17 to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

  2. Lights, camera, action: High-tech TV studio ready for primetime »

    1/19/2017

    The lights are ready to shine and the cameras roll inside the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences (CHBS) news television studio.

  3. What are the trendy foods for 2017? Nutrition and Dietetics alumna explains on D.C. morning TV show »

    1/19/2017

    Earning a degree in Radford University's nutrition and dietetics program can boost a graduate toward a coveted position as a registered dietitian. For Valerie Agyeman '15, it has also led to a TV gig.

  4. Theatre professor uses Hamlet to teach students »

    1/19/2017

    Assistant Professor Molly Hood uses her real-world experience of portraying Hamlet to teach Radford University students about theatre.

  5. Winter Club Fair to feature over 130 student organizations »

    1/18/2017

    The annual Winter Club Fair will be held on Jan. 20 at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center from 3 to 5 p.m.

  6. Radford professor performs in Portugal »

    1/18/2017

    Radford University Music Professor Robert Trent traveled to the birthplace of Portugal – Guimarãaes –  to perform in a guitar festival inside the historic Castle of Guimarãaes.

  7. COBE lecture delves into the economics of drug prohibition »

    1/18/2017

    Audrey Redford, an assistant economics professor at Western Carolina University, will speak about the “Economics of Drug Prohibition,” Feb. 8 at Radford University. The lecture begins at 6:30 p.m. in the College of Business and Economics’ (COBE) Kyle Hall room 340. 

  8. Students to travel to state capital for annual Advocacy Day activities »

    1/18/2017

    Dozens of students will pack a bus destined for Richmond on Jan. 31 to proudly represent and rally for Radford University.