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Dr. Hagaman and Dr. Skinner
4 days ago • May 11, 2021 • Posted in , , , ,

Professors Skinner, Hagaman Co-Author Paper for Nutrition Reviews

University of the Ozarks professors Dr. Chris Skinner and Dr. Joel Hagaman have collaborated on a recent paper that has been published by the academic journal, Nutrition Reviews. The article is titled, “The Interplay of Western Diet and Binge Drinking on the Onset, Progression, and Outlook of Liver Disease,” and appears on the website of […]

Destinee Manning

Manning Plans to Make Impact in STEM Field

According to the National Science Foundation, African American women are significantly under-represented in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professions, holding less than five percent of those jobs in the workforce. University of the Ozarks senior Destinee L. Manning plans to help change that trend. Manning, a chemistry major from Memphis, Tenn., will graduate with […]

Science Center

Construction Begins on Wilson Science Center

Construction began this week on the University of the Ozarks’ new $18.1 million science center, the largest single capital construction project in University history. The Thomas and Frances Wilson Science Center is expected to be completed by next January, in time for the Spring 2022 Semester. The project includes a complete renovation of the current […]

Willow Stratton
November 14, 2019 • Posted in , , , , ,

Stratton’s “Flock Life” is Senior Exhibit

University of the Ozarks senior art major Willow Stratton of Fayetteville, Ark., will showcase her Senior Art Exhibit, titled, “Flock Life,” from Nov. 18-23 in the Stephens Gallery. Willow, who is minoring in education and psychology, will present an artist talk at 3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 15, in Baldor Auditorium. There will be a […]

Marcelina Pop
September 26, 2019 • Posted in , , ,

Pop is Proud of Kekchi Heritage

Only about 500,000 people in the world speak the Mayan language called Kekchi and University of the Ozarks junior Marcelina Pop of Belize is proud to be one of those native speakers. This past summer she was able to put those skills to use as an interpreter in an immigration case. Pop, an English and […]

Isaac Hunter
May 1, 2018 • Posted in , ,

Hunter Joins Psychology Faculty

Dr. Isaac L. Hunter will join the University of the Ozarks faculty in the fall as an assistant professor of psychology. Hunter has served as a visiting assistant professor at Earlham College in Indiana since 2016. He previously taught at The College of Idaho, Oregon State University, and Colorado State University. After earning his undergraduate […]