Louisiana Tech University's Cyber Education Certificate was showcased during a recent U.S. Department of Education STEM briefing.
Magnolia High School students will switch to a virtual learning environment through the rest of the week due to new COVID-19 cases.
The southeastern United States is home to a remarkable and diverse mammalian fauna that is a significant part of the region’s rich natural heritage.
The Hope School Board met Monday in a meeting that mixed a virtual meeting with several board members in-person at the school administration building
In support of the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance, EngageAR AmeriCorps awarded a grant to SAU+VISTA to join in acts of service.
The Magnolia School District requests that students commit to either the virtual or on-campus option by Friday, September 25 to allow schools to finalize rosters.
The Magnolia School District has received more than $70,000 in grants to assure that students receive fresh fruits and vegetables with some of their school meals.
Ouachita Baptist University’s Elrod Center for Family and Community will host Tiger Serve Day on Saturday, September 26, encouraging Ouachita students, faculty and staff to serve the Arkadelphia community even amid a global pandemic.
The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff has reported a sharp increase in year-over-year enrollment of new and continuing students, including graduate, undergraduate, transfer, Associate-to-Bachelor's (A2B) and concurrent students.
Arkansas food scientist Kristen Gibson is leading a multi-institutional research effort to ensure that dine-in restaurant customers will not be exposed to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Members of Southern Arkansas University’s non-teaching professional and support staff were recognized for excellence and years of service during a virtual meeting recently hosted by Dr. Trey Berry, president.
Ouachita Baptist University’s Elrod Center for Family and Community received the Arkansas Literacy Association’s (ALA) Celebrate Literacy Award this summer.
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is accepting applications for the 2020 Shade Trees on Playgrounds (STOP) program through September 25 for schools needing additional shade on playgrounds.
Members of FRA (Fleet Reserve Association) Branch 98 invite all students in grades 7 through 12 to participate in the Association’s 2020-2021 Americanism Essay Contest. Participants are invited to submit a 350-word essay centered on this year’s theme: “The Bill of Rights and me.”
Ouachita Baptist University’s fall 2020 enrollment has grown to 1,704, a 4 percent increase from fall 2019 and the highest headcount the university has seen since 2000.
Those whose hands yearn for the dirt can learn to farm with classroom training and practical experience in two Center for Arkansas Farms and Food programs.
Southern Arkansas University honored 172 graduates with undergraduate and graduate degrees at its 2020 Summer Commencement ceremonies on Friday, August 7 and Saturday.
Alexa Daly, a junior at Southern Arkansas University, won the title of Miss Rodeo Troy last weekend at the Troy (MO) Rodeo Queen Pageant held during the Troy FFA Alumni & Lincoln County Relay for Life Rodeo.
Arkansascovid.com, a leading news source for daily COVID-19 data and trends in Arkansas, will transfer its daily management and operations to the School of Journalism and Strategic Media at the University of Arkansas.
ROSSTON – All good things must come to an end and so it goes for Rick McAfee’s tenure as superintendent of the Nevada School District.
Registration is open for the Cooperative Extension Service’s Income Tax School, which is designed to help tax preparers get ready for the 2021 tax season.
Public schools in Magnolia and across Arkansas open today for the new school year – two weeks later than scheduled to allow more prep time for COVID-19 pandemic precautions.
The Celebrate! Maya Project has announced its Build A Better World Through the Arts & Literature lecture series will take place as an online program.
The Rosston-based Nevada School District announced Friday afternoon that it will briefly delay the opening of fall semester classes due to a single case of COVID-19 among staff members.
Southern Arkansas University has announced that the 2020 graduates of its Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program ranked first among state-supported four-year universities in Arkansas for first-time NCLEX pass rate, as reported by the State Board of Nursing.
Thirty-two students from Ouachita Baptist University will be included in the latest edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
Columbia Christian Schools began classes last Monday and with guidelines in place to prevent COVID-19 spread, the school year is off to a good start, according to Superintendent Ted Waller.
The Ouachita Baptist University Student Foundation has announced that it will livestream Tiger Tunes, its annual fundraising event for student scholarships.
With the COVID-19 pandemic in full swing this summer, in addition to college courses being affected, so too were the summer camps and learning experiences hosted each year at the University of Arkansas campus.
Hydroponic production of leafy green vegetables is trending upward in the U.S. But the closed, recirculating water systems face some as yet little understood problems with food and plant pathogens, said Ryan Dickson, assistant professor of horticulture for the University of Arkansas System D…
Ray Dillon and his wife, Deborah, are supporting timber initiatives at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville with a $1 million gift that will name the Ray C. and Deborah C. Dillon Entrance Hall in the Anthony Timberlands Center for Design and Materials Innovation.
If anthropology can be loosely defined as studying the ways humans have shaped the world, then from an anthropological standpoint Justin Murphy Nolan left an indelible mark on all who knew him. Now, with a little help from his friends, his legacy will continue to do so.