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Northwest Arkansas A/V festival to have strong U of O presence

Date Released: 10/16/2014

One of the largest audio/video festivals in the region will have a strong University of the Ozarks flavor when it gets under way next week in Northwest Arkansas.

Meal, lecture on Oct. 28 to focus on food and feasts of Jesus

Date Released: 10/15/2014

The Rev. Douglas E. Neel, a Biblical historian and author, will present a lecture and buffet dinner connected to his 2013 book, "The Food and Feasts of Jesus," at University of the Ozarks on Tuesday, Oct. 28.

JLC to host Dallas reception at dyslexia association meeting

Date Released: 10/14/2014

Administrators from University of the Ozarks and the Jones Learning Center will present a reception preceding a meeting by the Dallas, Texas, branch of the International Dyslexia Association, scheduled for Monday, Oct. 20, at the Dallas Academy.

Three selected to University's Board of Trustees

Date Released: 10/14/2014

Three new first-time members have been elected to the University of the Ozarks' Board of Trustees.

Renowned religion author Carroll to speak Oct. 22

Date Released: 10/13/2014

New York Times bestselling and renowned Catholic author and columnist James Carroll will present a lecture at University of the Ozarks on Wednesday, Oct. 22, as part of the University's 2013-14 Walton Arts & Ideas Series.

All Hallows Eve Concert, Haunted Housing set for Oct. 27, 28

Date Released: 10/13/2014

University of the Ozarks will present a pair of on-campus Halloween events for the local community during the last week of October.

University Theatre to present "Rabbit Hole" Oct. 23-25

Date Released: 10/10/2014

University of the Ozarks Theatre will present David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize winning play "Rabbit Hole" on Oct. 23, 24 and 25 in the Walton Fine Arts Center's Seay Theatre.

Bass '07 finds niche as sport management professor

Date Released: 10/9/2014

A communications degree from University of the Ozarks seven years ago has taken Dr. Jordan Bass on an atypical, yet fulfilling, journey.

Rushing wins Project Poet's second round

Date Released: 10/8/2014

Amanda Rushing's poem about Dora the Explorer and racism took top honors in the second round of Project Poet, held Tuesday night in front of an audience of more than 160 students, faculty and staff in the MacLean Hall formal lounge.

Noted Ozarks historian and author to visit campus Oct. 14

Date Released: 10/6/2014

Author and historian Dr. Brooks Blevins, considered one of the country's leading authorities on the Ozark Mountains region, will speak at University of the Ozarks on Tuesday, Oct. 14, as part of the University's 2014-15 Walton Arts & Ideas Series.

Natural curiosity leads Dr. Khatiwada to chemistry

Date Released: 10/6/2014

Dr. Bal Khatiwada's love of chemistry emanates from a zealous curiosity.

Spain internship inspires Calderon

Date Released: 10/3/2014

Laura Calderon looked long and hard to find a summer internship that matched her somewhat odd double major of chemistry and business management, but she finally found the perfect position in the perfect locale.

Binns takes top honors in Project Poet season premiere

Date Released: 10/2/2014

Samuel Binns, a sophomore English major from Hot Springs, Ark., took top honors at the opening night of the ninth annual Project Poet, held Tuesday in the formal lounge of MacLean Residence Hall.

New professor ready to share passion for political science

Date Released: 10/1/2014

Growing up in Washington, D.C., it was probably inevitable that Dr. Mark Scully would develop an interest in politics. That interest has evolved into a passion.

Dr. Casey elected to lead state business organization

Date Released: 9/29/2014

Dr. Rickey Casey, professor of management and business, has been selected as the incoming president of the Arkansas College Teachers of Economics and Business (ACTEB). Casey will begin his one-year term on Oct. 1.

Rev. Blackburn to serve as visiting pastor

Date Released: 9/29/2014

The Rev. Phillip Blackburn of First Presbyterian Church in Fort Smith, Ark., will visit University of the Ozarks during the week of Oct. 20 as part of the University's Pastoral Study Leave Program.

Arkansas potter to present lecture, showcase exhibit

Date Released: 9/29/2014

Arkansas potter Stephen Driver will present his exhibit "Animals Stories/Tales of Extinction: Ceramic Effigy Vessels," throughout the month of October as part of the University of the Ozarks' Artist of the Month Series.

Genetics students assist Lamar seventh-graders with science lab

Date Released: 9/25/2014

University of the Ozarks sophomore Bethany Watts is more than happy to share her love of science, especially with young people.

Project Poet to begin ninth season Sept. 30

Date Released: 9/25/2014

Tuesday nights are about to get a lot more exciting around the University of the Ozarks campus!

KUOZ 6 students adapt to new cameras at boot camp

Date Released: 9/24/2014

While most University of the Ozarks students were kicking off their three-day Labor Day holiday, an intrepid few were flexing their technological muscles in a KUOZ TV-6 Boot Camp. Their mission: Learn how to procure, operate, store, and maintain the new, state-of-the-art JVC camera equipment provided by the generous endowment established to support Walker Hall by the Willard and Pat Walker Charitable Foundation.

Becker using art and business to pursue career goal

Date Released: 9/18/2014

Around the University of the Ozarks campus, Chelsey Becker is known to many as the "Zumba Lady," but there's much more to the senior from Claremore, Okla.

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