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  1. Board of Visitors Approves Two-Year Plan at Quarterly Meetings »


    Radford University’s Board of Visitors held its final quarterly meetings of 2023 on Thursday, Nov. 30, and Friday, Dec. 1, inside Kyle Hall on the university’s main campus. 

  2. Radford University Earns Green Light for Free Speech from FIRE »


    Radford University is the latest school to receive a rare “green light” rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression. Radford is one of only four schools in Virginia, and one of only 63 nationwide, that earn this rating.

  3. Highlander Highlights: Week of November 27, 2023 »


    Every two weeks, Highlander Highlights shares with readers some of the extraordinary research and accomplishments happening on and off campus through the tireless work and curiosity of our students and faculty. 

  4. Students’ research into persistent problems on display at Wicked Festival »


    Radford University students participated in the bi-annual Wicked Festival on Nov. 9, 2023. The goal of the festival is to give undergraduate students, from freshmen to seniors, the tools and resources needed for them to become experts and problem-solvers for complex, persistent and “wicked” public issues. 

  5. Radford grad plays key role in Virginia-Taiwan trade initiative »


    In September, the Commonwealth of Virginia opened a new trade office in Taiwan, thanks in large part to the efforts of Radford University alumnus Wyatt Toehlke ’18.

  6. CHBS honors Marty Smith, Nicole and Drew Robinson during homecoming ceremony »


    Radford University’s College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences honored alumni Nicole Robinson ’02 and Michael A. “Drew” Robinson ’01 for their gift to the college’s endowed scholarship fund, and awarded ESPN reporter and author Marty Smith ’98 with its 2023 Outstanding Alumni Award.

  7. Radford University Commits to Access and Affordability with the Radford Tuition Promise »


    To offer Virginians better access to higher education, Radford University has introduced the Radford Tuition Promise, a program guaranteeing coverage of tuition costs for residents of the commonwealth with a household Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of $100,000 or less. 

  8. Research opportunities help Leah Ellis prepare for a future of promoting healthy habits »


    Research and professional development opportunities at Radford University have pushed Leah Ellis’ skills and expertise to a higher level, she said, and the junior nutrition and dietetics major from Fredericksburg, Virginia, continues to reap rewards from her work.