Jack Hoyle, a member of the Taylor FFA Chapter from Taylor High School, was named 2nd place overall in the Agricultural Power Systems Division of the 2019 National FFA Agriscience Fair at the 92nd National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis.
FAYETTEVILLE – The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville is celebrating three recent commitments that will build upon Arkansas’ forestry resources.
HOPE – Hope Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Bobby Hart joins 20 other Arkansas school district superintendents of schools in an effort to prioritize attendance in public schools.
Students at Central Elementary School in Magnolia recently teamed up with Farmers Bank & Trust to help collect items to send to deployed troops.
Emma Reed and Morgan Seymore, both Southern Arkansas University students, were selected to serve as volunteers for the Educational Development & Evaluation Team during the 2019 National FFA Convention in Indianapolis.
EAST CAMDEN – SAU Tech’s Rocket Day on Tuesday, November 19 will allow special needs students from area schools to interact with the Tech community.
With high energy, humor and enthusiasm, Jeffrey Weiss, author of “Relationship Investing: Stock Market Therapy For Your Money,” delivered the Executive-in-Residence Forum in Foundation Hall at Southern Arkansas University on Wednesday.
An enthusiastic crowd gathered at Southern Arkansas University’s Alumni Center on Monday to hear Hollywood producer and SAU alumnus Harry Thomason celebrate his first book.
Columbia Christian School participated in the BEST (Boosting Engineering Science & Technology) Robotics competition in Little Rock on Saturday at Parkview High School.
Ouachita Baptist University’s Rosemary Adams Department of Visual Arts and Rogers Department of Communications are co-hosting the exhibit “More Than History, More Than Land,” photographed by Chris Ocken.
The Delta Regional Authority (DRA) announced recently $1.5 million in workforce development grants to 11 organizations across the Mississippi River Delta Region, including a $150,000 grant to UAM College of Technology at Crossett (UAM-CTC).
The Division of Elementary and Secondary Education has approved the Magnolia School District to use five Alternative Methods of Instruction days this academic year.
Dan Bongino spoke to a large audience Thursday as the presenter for the 15th annual Farmers Bank & Trust Distinguished Speaker Series at Southern Arkansas University.
High tunnels may help reduce pests and improve yields for grape growers in Arkansas, said Elena Garcia, horticulture professor and researcher for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
Alice Cai, 16, a Fayetteville High School student, recently published her debut children's book based on a draft she started in 2014 at the Northwest Arkansas Kidswrite Summer Camp.
ARKADELPHIA -- Ouachita Baptist University’s Ouachita Student Foundation (OSF) was recently named one of three Outstanding Student Advancement Organizations in the nation.
Applications from potential recipients of the spring 2020 Columbia County Single Parent Scholarship are being accepted by the Central Arkansas Development Council.
Walmart is adding education benefit programs that provide a path to higher pay jobs in a growing area of the company and in the economy.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas research, extension and teaching faculty, in collaboration with Cornell University, are part of a $9.95 million multi-university grant that seeks to enhance poultry nutrition and well-being.
ARKADELPHIA – Henderson State University will become part of Arkansas State University system, pending final approval by ASU trustees, the Arkansas Higher Education Commission and the Arkansas General Assembly.
SirCharles Perkins and Abbie Guin both said they needed a little time to let it sink in that they had been chosen Southern Arkansas University’s Homecoming King and Queen.
How do our brain, nose, and mouth work together to generate the flavor of food and drink? When flavor perception goes wrong, can this play a role in diseases like obesity?
Dr. Blake Johnson, assistant professor of biology at Ouachita Baptist University, has been awarded a $75,000 grant from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences’ (UAMS) Arkansas Breast Cancer Research Program (ABCRP).