Four Arkansas State University students from the College of Business recorded the school’s highest finish ever in the ninth annual Bowersox Supply Chain Challenge hosted by Michigan State University in East Lansing last week.
Madelyn Hawley of Beebe, Ark., and Jay Branch of Fayetteville, Ark., were crowned the 2017 Homecoming queen and king Saturday at Williams Baptist College. The coronation took place in the Southerland-Mabee Center as a part of the day’s Homecoming festivities.
“We had been denying access to students based on a strict interpretation of ACT scores that our peers have not been using. We believe this will create greater access to our university.” – Chancellor Kelly Damphousse
Arkansas State University Museum introduced Imaginate, an exhibit that makes innovation accessible and fun, on Saturday, Oct. 21. Imaginate, which remains on display until April 2018, is free to the public.
Dr. Tom Jones, president of Williams Baptist University since 2012, has announced that he will leave Williams later this year for a position in California. Jones has accepted a post on the executive management staff of the California Baptist Foundation.
The fourth annual Arkansas Science Festival at Arkansas State University will culminate Saturday, Oct. 21, with its largest event — Science Expo — a celebration of science, technology, engineering and math.
The sale of the Trinity Baptist Church on Highland Drive was approved by the Jonesboro school board Tuesday night. It will cost $2.5 million.