Thirty-seven teams of high school business students made their pitches Nov. 21 to “loan committees” at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith to seek funding for the businesses they want to start and operate until spring.
It may not be obvious to the naked eye, but Fort Smith will be a bit more crowded through the upcoming weekend as players, coaches, support staff and fans stream into the city for the Heartland Conference regular-season volleyball tournament taking place this weekend at the University of Arkansas
Conaly Bedell of Fort Smith was presented the Diligence to Victory Award, the highest alumni honor bestowed by the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. The award was presented during an alumni reunion dinner Nov. 9.
Richard Hudson, who has worked under three chancellors during his 20-year career at the University of Arkansas, has announced he plans to retire, effective July 31. Hudson also worked for what was then Westark College in Fort Smith.
A program that was not in existence earlier this year is now not only up and running, but students in the cardiovascular technology program at Arkansas Tech University's Ozark Campus are now in their second week of clinical rotations.
The Arkansas Alumni Association’s alumni scholarship program will award $1 million to 442 University of Arkansas students for the current academic year. Robin January, scholarship coordinator for the association, received the final two acceptance letters from scholarship awardees.
Dr. Keith Fudge, faculty athletics representative for the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, has received two national distinctions with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) through his role for UAFS.
Poll numbers out Wednesday (Oct. 23) show voters expressing the both pessimism regarding the future of the state, while also showing an continued shift to the political right in a state that has traditionally identified as Democratic since Reconstruction.
The mere mention of the word cancer is enough to make anyone shudder. It immediately evokes fears of chemo, radiation, and an uncertain future. Patients and their families are too often overwhelmed by a test abnormality or disease diagnosis to even know where to go from there.
It’s been a year since the Northwest Arkansas Council and six partner schools joined forces to try and direct more working adults back to college. More than 50 interested residents signed in during the first hour at Tuesday’s back to college fair held at the Jones Center in Springdale.