The Stephens Gallery at University of the Ozarks will host the opening of the state touring exhibit, "Organic Matters: Arkansas Women to Watch," from Jan. 19 to Feb. 16.
University of the Ozarks will host a month-long exhibit as well as a panel discussion from some of the top female artists in the state in the Show & Tell Art Collective from Jan. 21 through Feb. 13 as part of the University's Artist of the Month Series.
University of the Ozarks Associate Professor of Physics Dr. Salomón Itzá has teamed with teachers from the Lamar (Ark.) School District to secure a space science grant that will benefit the school's first-graders.
University of the Ozarks Professor of Art Tammy Harrington was one of the featured artists in the printmaking workshop "Printing Color Etchings with Mat Board Stencils," held at Hendrix College in Conway, Ark., on April 24.
University of the Ozarks Professor Dr. Brett Stone is quickly earning a reputation as one of the region's leading experts of physical education and wellness among school-age children.
University of the Ozarks Associate Professor of Art Tammy Harrington recently served as a juror for the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum (RAM) River Valley Art Invitational, an annual fundraiser for the museum.
Dr. Sean Coleman, professor of biology at University of the Ozarks, was selected once again to participate in the College Board's annual Advanced Placement (AP) Program Reading.
Clarksville, Ark. — In 14 years of working in public schools, Brett Stone saw first-hand the decline of physical activity among young people, and ever since he has been determined to do his small part to help turn that trend around.
At age 101, Elizabeth "Honey" Gwin was doing what she had done for decades giving of herself to others. Winner of the 2003 Blue Cross and Blue Shield Ageless Hero Award, Gwin who not only works with the Girl Scouts but also her church, the Mississippi University for Women, and Meals-On-Wheels was the subject last year of an award-winning documentary by University of the Ozarks' Assistant Professor of Communication Dr. Heather McFarland.
"When I hear a man preach, I like to see him act as if he were fighting bees." — Abraham Lincoln