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Willow
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 […]

Dr. Sean Coleman

Newly Appointed Division Dean

Dr. Sean Coleman, professor of biology, has been appointed dean of the Division of Sciences and Mathematics at University of the Ozarks, effective June 1, 2018. Coleman replaces Stacy Key, associate professor of practice of mathematics, who has served as dean since 2012. “I am thrilled that Dr. Coleman has accepted the position of dean […]

Victoria Stiner
March 21, 2017 • Posted in

Stiner’s research probes effects of caffeine on memory

A love of coffee and an ongoing quest to improve study habits led Victoria Stiner directly to her psychology senior capstone project. The senior psychology and English major from Texarkana, Texas, is doing her senior research project this semester on the effects of caffeine on memory. She plans to have the study completed by early […]

MH Awareness
September 27, 2016 • Posted in

Psychology program plans activities for Mental Illness Awareness Week

The University of the Ozarks’ psychology program as well as the student-led Psychology Club will host a series of events on campus in conjunction with the national Mental Illness Awareness Week, October 3-7. Sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI), Mental Illness Awareness Week is held during the first week of October to […]