ARKADELPHIA — The public is invited to meet and visit with three candidates who will interview for the position of chancellor at Henderson State University.
Texas A&M University-TEXarkana received a $45 million capital project appropriation from the 87th Texas Legislature this week during its Third Called Session.
A former Southern Arkansas University instructor is among 10 Ouachita Baptist University alumni receiving the university’s Alumni Milestone Award in conjunction with Ouachita’s Homecoming celebration.
HUMPHREY — It’s “everything I could imagine and more!” That’s how Katherine Allen described her first months as a student in a unique graduate certificate program in waterfowl habitat and recreational management.
Ouachita Baptist University’s Elrod Center for Family and Community held its Fall 2021 Tiger Serve Day event on Saturday, September 25. One hundred projects in and around Arkadelphia were completed by 831 Ouachita volunteers who also resumed traditional Tiger Serve Day activities such as vis…
The 2021 paramedic class at South Arkansas Community College recently passed the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Psychomotor Examination at better than a 98 percent rate.
A student from Nashville is among four freshmen named to the Sturgis Fellows in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences this fall at the University of Arkansas.
Arkansas State University in Jonesboro has announced the list of students who completed degree requirements to graduate at Summer Commencement, held August 13 in Centennial Bank Stadium.
MONTICELLO -- A craftsman's regret over an unfulfilled promise has given the remains of a one-time state and national champion persimmon tree from Dardanelle a new life at the College of Forestry, Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) has received an additional $4.75 million in federal grant money to continue efforts to improve health care in rural Arkansas through training and retaining primary care physicians.
The Arkansas Rural Health Partnership (ARHP), of which Magnolia Regional Medical Center is part, has received one of 145 awards distributed across the nation by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
MONTICELLO -- Graduates of the Associate Degree Registered Nursing program at the University of Arkansas at Monticello recently achieved a 100% pass rate on the NCLEX-RN examination.
Ouachita Baptist University has received prerequisite approval from the Arkansas State Board of Nursing to establish a 4-year, residential pre-licensure program offering a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has named South Arkansas students to its total of 25 in the Donaghey Scholars Honors Program for the 2021-2022 academic year.
In partnership with the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, Ouachita Baptist University’s Pruet School of Christian Studies will host its annual Pastors’ Conference from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, September 23 in Walker Conference Center on the Ouachita campus in Arkadelphia.
Ouachita Baptist University has set several enrollment records for the Fall 2021 semester, including the school’s highest total enrollment in 55 years as well as the largest freshman class, best freshman-to-sophomore retention rate and highest four-year graduation rate on record.
Parker Tinnell of Magnolia, a physical therapist assistance major at South Arkansas Community College, has accepted a Cornerstone General Endowed Scholarship to attend the school this fall.
Brittany K. Simmons of Magnolia, a nursing major at South Arkansas Community College, has accepted a Charles E. Cowger Endowed Scholarship to attend the school this fall.
Among the 174 students comprising the UAMS College of Medicine’s Class of 2025 are the great-great-great granddaughter of UAMS’ founder, P.O. Hooper, M.D., and an Olympic Trials pole vaulter.
Henderson State University is relaunching its chancellor search because of the pending resignation of Interim Chancellor Dr. Jim Borsig due to health reasons.
Ouachita Baptist University will break ground on a 144-bed, $12.6 million student apartment complex this month, with plans for it to be open for the Fall 2022 semester.
Although he’s been dead for 26 years, it’s likely U.S. Sen. J. William Fulbright’s name got mentioned more at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville campus this past school year than it had since he was its president, in 1941.
The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana James Black School of Bladesmithing & Historic Trades was recently contacted by Rose Hodges of Canadian, OK, about allowing her husband, Steve Hodges, to tour the bladesmithing school.
Ouachita Baptist University honored 30 graduates during the inaugural Applied Behavioral Analysis Hooding Ceremony on August at Walker Conference Center with Dr. Stan Poole, vice president for academic affairs, presiding.
Ouachita Baptist University is one of five partner institutions benefiting from a $6.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to fund the study of viruses and viral ecology.
Texarkana College has some major changes coming to its campus in the next few years, starting with its newly renovated Biology Lab Building and the Chemistry Building.
Arkansas Tech University will invest $1.73 million of its institutional American Rescue Plan funds from the federal government to retire student debts owed to the university.
Henderson State University is requiring that all persons on the Arkadelphia campus wear masks regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status.
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is part of an international research cohort that has received about $2.35 million in funding from the Department of Defense to investigate the use of social cyber forensics to understand covert online influence.
Cybint, a global cyber-education training company, is partnering with South Arkansas Community College to launch its award-winning cybersecurity bootcamp in Arkansas, with the first cohort set to begin on August 23.
Three Louisiana Tech University graduates are quickly becoming the faces of the new energy economy, helping to strengthen America’s energy independence.
South Arkansas Community College in El Dorado hosted this summer the Verizon Innovative Learning camp for middle-school students, which focuses on cutting-edge computer technology skills.