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April 22, 2003 • Posted in

De Hart named athletic director

Clarksville, Ark. ---University of the Ozarks men's soccer coach and assistant athletic director Dave De Hart will become the new athletic director at the university, replacing Jack Jones, who is resigning his administrative duties to focus on coaching and to spend more time with his family. The move will become effective July 1. Since coming […]

April 21, 2003 • Posted in

Dave De Hart Named Athletic Director

By Larry Isch, Director of Public Relations Clarksville, Ark.-University of the Ozarks men's soccer coach Dave De Hart will become the new athletic director at the university, replacing Jack Jones, who is resigning his administrative duties to focus on coaching and to spend more time with his family. The move will become effective July 1. […]

April 14, 2003 • Posted in

Dr. Niece named CASE District IV

Clarksville, Ark. --- University of the Ozarks President Dr. Rick Niece has been named the 2003 District IV Chief Executive of the Year by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). CASE is the professional organization for advancement professionals at all levels who work in alumni relations, communications and development. CASE District IV […]

January 29, 2003 • Posted in

Spring enrollment up 9.4% at

Clarksville, Ark. --University of the Ozarks' Spring 2003 enrollment has reached its largest total in more than a decade. Ozarks officials reported an enrollment of 660 for this semester, the largest since the spring of 1991 when the college had 680 students. In 1991 the spring enrollment numbers included more than 70 students at the […]

January 27, 2003 • Posted in

Taylor, Glasgow elected to U of O Board of Trustees

Clarksville, Ark. ---Harve J. Taylor of Clarksville and Paula Johnson Glasgow of Little Rock, a native of Clarksville, have been named to the University of the Ozarks' Board of Trustees. As members of the Board Class of 2005, Taylor and Glasgow will serve three-year terms, which began Jan. 1. Taylor grew up in Johnson County […]

January 27, 2003 • Posted in

Knight named chair of UofO Sciences and Mathematics Division

Clarksville, Ark. ---Biology Professor Dr. Frank Knight has been named the new chair of the Division of Sciences and Mathematics at the University of the Ozarks, effective Jan. 1. In addition to his new administrative duties, Knight will continue to teach zoology and biology courses, which he has done since joining the university in 1990. […]

July 1, 2002 • Posted in

Dr. Taddie named new VP for academic affairs at U of O

Clarksville, Ark. ---Dr. Daniel Taddie has joined University of the Ozarks as the new vice president for academic affairs. Taddie, who was chosen by a search committee from a pool of more than 40 applicants, has been a professor of music and the director of the Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University in […]

March 24, 2002 • Posted in

Dr. Casey, Dorney honored

Clarksville, Ark. ---Johnson County residents Dr. Rickey Casey and Susan (Edens) Dorney will be among the alumni honored by the University of the Ozarks' Alumni Association during the university's Alumni Weekend 2002, scheduled for April 19-21. Casey, a resident of Hagarville and 1979 graduate of Ozarks, will be honored with the 2002 Alumni Achievement Award, […]

February 25, 2002 • Posted in

President Niece named 2001 Nonprofit Executive of the Year

Clarksville, Ark. --- University of the Ozarks President Dr. Rick Niece was named 2001 Nonprofit Executive of the Year during the 14th annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards ceremony held Feb. 21 at The Peabody in Little Rock. The state-wide competition, sponsored by the Little Rock-based Arkansas Business Publishing Group, honors top businesses, nonprofit […]

January 30, 2002 • Posted in

Ozarks reports Spring 2002 Semester enrollment of 603

?Clarksville, Ark. --- A 90 percent retention rate has helped the University of the Ozarks record its largest spring enrollment in a decade. The Spring 2002 Semester enrollment of 603 students is the largest spring enrollment since 1992 when the university had 624 students. This spring’s numbers also mark a 24 percent increase from 1999 […]