The Black History Month planning committee at Arkansas State University conducted its annual celebration recognizing “Living Legends” at a breakfast and awards presentation Saturday at the Reng Student Union.
A new financial reserves policy adopted today by the Arkansas State University System Board of Trustees will help protect the long-term fiscal health of its member institutions.
The Delta HIV Symposium will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Arkansas State University’s Centennial Hall. NYITCOM’s Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA) is co-hosting the event.
Wednesday is designated as “D.O. Day,” as osteopathic medical schools across the country take a break from their regular academic schedule to focus on a specific medical issue that is significant in the region where the students are studying.
During a previous administrative reorganization, the tasks and responsibilities of a centralized graduate dean were distributed to the respective colleges and schools with graduate degree programs.
All students, faculty and staff are invited to attend the public presentations.
The degree will be offered beginning in Fall, 2020.
During this year’s competition, competitors will use their robots to simulate a waterway cleanup.
Williams Baptist University’s upper class business students recently attended a leadership conference in Jonesboro called Going Above and Beyond. Seven students, along with their business professors, took part in the event, sponsored by the Jonesboro Young Professionals Network (JYPN) on February 13th.
The scholarship will allow a student to focus on studies and professional development.