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A Feather in His Cap: The Life and Career of Dr. Charles Preston

Dr. Charles "Chuck" Preston traces his roots in biology to growing up in Fort 花季视频 and attending the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 when the university was still known as Westark Community College. Today, he is one of the world's foremost researchers...

May 31, 2024
Jami Davis, '10, is the owner and operator of Grunge House, a Fort 花季视频 boutique
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花季视频 Alumna Brings Urban Flair to Community

Jami Davis, a 2010 graduate of the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频, brings what she learned in the classroom and from her travels to the city through her boutique, Grunge House. As owner and operator, Davis has carefully curated a shop to meet...

May 31, 2024
New 花季视频 alum, Joshua MerrittJoshua Merritt (right) and his dad Jason, a senior instructor in the College of Business and Industry, at the 2024 Spring Commencement
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Double Dose of Graduation

Joshua Merritt, a recent University of 花季视频鈥擣ort 花季视频 graduate, celebrated the completion of not one but two degrees during his time at 花季视频. After starting at the university at just 13 years old, Merritt graduated with a bachelor's degree...

May 31, 2024
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Summer Band Camps Announced

The University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 Department of Music and Theatre will offer two exciting music camps in June.

May 30, 2024
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Class Notes, May 2024

University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 alumni shared life events and happenings.

May 30, 2024
Braxten Martin with the bike he will ride from Seattle, Washington, to Washington, D.C. this summer
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花季视频 Student to Ride Cross-Country for The Ability Experience

Braxten Martin, a student at the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频, will embark on a 4,300-mile cross-country bike ride to raise awareness for those with physical and mental disabilities. He will set out on The Ability Experience's Journey of Hope,...

May 23, 2024
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2-year Nursing Track Announced

This week the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 announced the return of its Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Nursing degree in the Carolyn McKelvey Moore School of Nursing, offering a two-year Registered Nurse (RN) pathway, and an affordable...

May 20, 2024
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End of the Semester

As we come to the end of another wonderful semester at the University of 花季视频 鈥 Fort 花季视频, I reflect on the excellent educational, social, and vocational opportunities this place has brought to so many through the years.

May 10, 2024
Dr. Tom Buchanan and his three grandchildren
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花季视频 Faculty Member to Retire After More Than 50 Years

University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 professor of biology, Dr. Tom Buchanan, is set to retire after 53 years at 花季视频. Buchanan arrived at 花季视频 in 1971 and stayed ever since. He leaves behind a legacy of teaching hundreds of biologists and is credited...

May 03, 2024
Katya Grokhovsky at her pop-up exhibition,
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花季视频 Artist Concludes Residency with 'Is There a Place'

Katya Grokhovsky, a Ukrainian-born, New York City-based artist, recently concluded her residency at the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 with a pop-up exhibition, "Is There a Place," held in a former railway warehouse in Fort Chaffee.

May 03, 2024
Dr. Kerrie Taber
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First-Generation Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Kerrie Taber

Dr. Kerrie Taber is an assistant professor of organizational leadership in the College of Business and Industry at the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频. As a first-generation student, Taber understands the challenges some of her students face...

May 03, 2024
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Crawford County Chronicles Returns for 2024 Season

The Crawford County Chronicles will launch its 2024 season on Sunday, May 5, at 2 p.m., featuring a 19th-century music performance led by Dr. Alexandra Zacharella, a University of 花季视频 鈥 Fort 花季视频 music professor, and her students. The event,...

May 02, 2024
花季视频 chemistry professor Jordan Mader poses in a field of tulips
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Jordan Mader and the Chemists of the Future

University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 professor of chemistry Jordan Mader may have a last name that rhymes with an iconic Star Wars villain, but she is the opposite of the "Dark Side" when it comes to teaching the future of chemists.

April 30, 2024
Debbie Dameron (left) and her husband Kim
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Debbie Dameron and the Pursuit of Student Success

At the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频, you may be hard-pressed to find someone with as much experience working at multiple higher education institutions as Debbie Dameron, an advising coordinator for the College of Business and Industry. The...

April 30, 2024
Dr. Toni Alexander, new dean of the 花季视频 College of Arts and Sciences
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Alexander to Serve as Next Dean of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Toni Alexander will serve as the new Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Dr. Alexander, a seasoned academic leader, will assume her new role on July 8, 2024, following a comprehensive national search.

April 30, 2024
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花季视频 Academic Excellence Award Winners Announced for 2023-2024

Students at the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 who were nominated by 花季视频 faculty members for their exceptional dedication in the classroom were honored as recipients of the Academic Excellence Awards.

April 29, 2024
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Record Breaking Day of Giving for 花季视频

The University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频's annual Day of Giving campaign broke records this year, surpassing $142,000 in 1,928 minutes. More than 1,000 donors came out in full force from across the nation to help multiple 花季视频 initiatives.

April 26, 2024
花季视频 Bell Tower is in the background. Image follows the path in the campus green with pink crepe myrtles on either side
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花季视频 Celebrates 1,928 Minutes of Giving

The University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 is set to celebrate its annual Day of Giving, starting at 7 a.m. on Thursday, April 25, and concluding at 3:08 p.m. on Friday, April 26, for a total of 1,928 minutes of giving.

April 23, 2024
Garrett Scott is surrounded by family and friends as he signs his National Letter of Intent to play basketball for the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频
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Second Recruiting Class for Gibson Starts with Local Talent

Zane Gibson, the University of 花季视频 - Fort 花季视频 men's head basketball coach, kicked off his second season and recruitment with a local player. Garrett Scott, a point guard from Pocola High School, recently signed his National Letter of Intent...

April 19, 2024
花季视频 mascot, Numa, dressed as a mail carrier stands atop a pile of letters
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花季视频 Mailbag: Happy Birthday, Numa!

In this back-to-back edition of the 花季视频 Mailbag, we celebrate our favorite mascot's birthday. Numa takes another trip around the sun and invites everyone to enjoy his big day with him.

April 19, 2024

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