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Award Recipients
May 5, 2020

20-Year Service Awards Announced

Four University of the Ozarks faculty and staff members have been recognized for 20-Year Service Awards by the University this month. (Pictured from left) Dr. Sean Coleman, professor of biology and dean of the division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics; Bo Funderburk, assistant director of public safety; Karla Harkreader, associate director for the Ozarks Annual […]

Karen & Greg
May 4, 2020 • Posted in

Schluterman, Stone Named Outstanding Staff

Karen Schluterman, director of human resources, and Greg Stone, network technician, have been named the recipients of the University of the Ozarks’ outstanding staff awards for 2019-20, it was announced Monday. Schluterman received the Alvin C. Broyles Outstanding Staff Award and Stone won the Arnie G. Sims Outstanding Staff Award. The awards were announced to […]

2020 15 Year recognition
April 30, 2020 • Posted in

15-Year Service Awards Announced

Four University of the Ozarks faculty and staff members have been recognized for 15-Year Service Awards by the University this month. (Pictured from left) Dody Pelts, director of the Jones Learning Center (JLC); Michelle Loving, administrative assistant for Advancement and special projects manager, Debbie Carlton, JLC academic support coordinator; and Dr. Brian Hardman, professor of […]

Dr. Christine Scott
April 29, 2020 • Posted in ,

Professor Scott’s Paper Published by Journal

University of the Ozarks Associate Professor of Business Dr. Christine Scott has had a research paper published in the March 2020 edition of the peer-reviewed Global Journal of Economics and Finance. Scott’s paper, “Strategies to Implement Efficient Closing Cycles,” stems from research from her doctoral dissertation that she completed in 2019 in earning a doctorate […]

2020 10 Year recognition
April 29, 2020 • Posted in

10-Year Service Awards Announced

Three University of the Ozarks faculty and staff members have been recognized for 10-Year Service Awards by the University this month. (Pictured from left) Dr. Christine Scott, associate professor of economics and business; Joey Hughes, associate director of enrollment; and Dr. Karen Frank, associate professor of history, have each marked their 10-year anniversaries at Ozarks. […]

Jones Learning Center
April 28, 2020 • Posted in , ,

Reimagined Jones Learning Center to Expand Reach

In an effort to better serve all University of the Ozarks students, a reimagined Jones Learning Center will take the lead in a campus-wide initiative to provide a broader-reaching support system for students in areas such as college success, academic advising and life skills. In the new model, which begins the Fall 2020 Semester, the […]

Dr. Amy Oatis
April 27, 2020 • Posted in ,

Dr. Amy Oatis Granted Tenure by Board

University of the Ozarks Associate Professor of English Dr. Amy Oatis has been granted tenure by the University’s Board of Trustees, effective immediately. During its April 25 meeting, the board approved the unanimous recommendation of the University’s Professional Affairs Committee that Oatis receive tenure. Oatis joined Ozarks in 2000 as an instructor and served as […]

2020 Bagwell Award Winners
April 27, 2020 • Posted in ,

Eakin, Brown Receive 2020 Bagwell Awards

University of the Ozarks faculty members Dr. William “Bill” Eakin and NaLisa Brown have been selected as recipients of the 2020 Bagwell Outstanding Faculty Awards, it was announced Monday. The awards were announced Monday morning during the weekly campus-wide President’s Standup meeting via Zoom. The Bagwell Awards are named in memory of long-time University trustee […]

Ramona Cogan
April 20, 2020 • Posted in

Cogan Retires from Ozarks After 16 Years

Ramona Cogan has retired after nearly 16 years as the office manager of the Marketing and Public Relations Office at University of the Ozarks. Cogan stepped down in March after nearly two decades of coordinating and facilitating many of the University’s printing and communications projects. “You would be hard-pressed to find a more dedicated, diligent […]