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October 7, 2021 • Posted in , , ,

Psychology Students Present Research at International Conference

A trio of University of the Ozarks psychology students had the rare opportunity as undergraduates to present their research at a major international conference this past summer. (Pictured, from left) Isabella Matute Hernandez, Katerin Alvarado and Solange Avalo joined recent graduate Laura Gochez in presenting at the 2021 American Psychological Association international convention, which was […]

Aye Aye and Paw Moo Lar

Karen Graduates Recall Journey of Mercies and Miracles

A journey of mercies and miracles. That’s how University of the Ozarks graduating seniors Aye Aye and Paw Moo Lar described their pathway from a refugee camp in Thailand to soon-to-be college graduates. Aye (pictured, left) and Lar will be among 148 graduates from the University’s Class of 2021 who will walk across the stage […]

Michel Brun and Kevin Nawa

Brun, Nawa Carry on Fulton’s Legacy in Communication Program

University of the Ozarks seniors Michel Brun and Kevin Nawa were presented with the prestigious Robert Berry Fulton Award in Communication earlier this week, carrying on the great tradition of excellence in the University’s communication program. The award is named in honor of the late Robert “Bob” Fulton, Jr., a 1942 Ozarks graduate who went […]

Greystone students
May 4, 2021 • Posted in ,

Additional Greystone Students Earn Appointments

Three more students from the Greystone Preparatory School at University of the Ozarks recently learned they had received appointments into a U.S. military service academy. Those students were (pictured from left) Anthony Chambers of Denver, Col.; Jackson Collier of Danville, Calif.; and Benjamin Johnson of Jackson, Miss. The students are enrolled in Greystone, a one-year, […]

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 […]

Maddy

Windel Planning to Make Impact Through Environmental Law

University of the Ozarks senior Maddy Windel is passionate about making a difference in the environment and she believes the best way to do that is through a career in law and policy. The political science and philosophy major and environmental studies minor from Deer, Ark., plans to pursue a career in environmental administrative law […]

Greystone
March 8, 2021 • Posted in ,

Four Greystone Students Receive Appointments to Academies

Four students from the Greystone Preparatory School at University of the Ozarks recently received the great news they have been working toward for many years. The students learned that they had received appointments to one or more of the country’s military service academies. Those students were (pictured, from left) Noah Harding of Roanoke, Va.; Jimmy […]

Elodi Jaoubin
February 25, 2021 • Posted in , , , ,

Business Students Collaborate with Paris College on Food Industry Project

Twenty University of the Ozarks business students are putting their classroom knowledge and experience to work this semester on a cross-cultural project to help the food industry navigate the Covid pandemic. The Ozarks students, who are in an upper level special studies elective in the Business Administration program, are collaborating with college students from the […]