“Ala Rurru,” an idea to produce a serape-like hammock to prevent sudden infant death syndrome in Hispanic newborns, is the winner of the 2017 Business Plan Competition hosted by the College of Business at Arkansas State University.
Allegations of a hazing incident at Westside Consolidated School District were confirmed by an attorney representing the school district Monday afternoon.
The Multicultural Center at Arkansas State University is hosting a Day of Thanks dinner, Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m., at the center located on the third floor in the Carl R. Reng Student Union.
A reception in honor of Dr. Tom and Gail Jones is slated for Thursday, November 16, at Williams Baptist College. The drop-in reception will run from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., in the Swaim Administration Building rotunda.
Jillian Guthrie, a professional social worker who specializes in mental health and addiction issues, will make the next presentation in the 2017-18 Lecture-Concert Series on Nov. 16 at Arkansas State University.
The Jerry D. Gibbens Atrium was officially dedicated Saturday as a part of the Homecoming Celebration at Williams Baptist College. The atrium, located in the Maddox Center, is named in honor of Professor Jerry Gibbens, who has completed more than 50 years of service to Williams.
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