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Art professors Harrington, Holder earn distinctions

Date Released: 5/20/2015

University of the Ozarks art professors Tammy Harrington and Dawn Holder have each achieved distinction in recent months on both the state and national levels.

Alumni Board adds seven new directors

Date Released: 5/15/2015

Seven new members have been elected to the University of the Ozarks' Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Beard's artwork posthumously selected for exhibition

Date Released: 5/11/2015

A drawing by the late Theodore "Ted" Beard IV has been selected to appear in an art exhibition at the Batesville (Ark.) Area Arts Council.

Injury leads to career path for Andrews

Date Released: 5/7/2015

A serious injury on the basketball court led to a career epiphany for Jordana Andrews.

Valenzuela named 2015 Hurie Award recipient during Awards Ceremony

Date Released: 5/7/2015

Fernando Valenzuela, a marketing, management and music major from Panama City, Panama, was named the 2015 Hurie Award winner at the annual University of the Ozarks Student Awards Ceremony, held May 6.

Smith's Senior Exhibit represents escape from reality

Date Released: 5/6/2015

University of the Ozarks art major Anna Smith of Vilonia, Ark., will present her Senior Exhibit, "Cosplay Self-Portrait," from May 9-14 in the Stephens Gallery.

Milloway set to accomplish family milestone

Date Released: 5/6/2015

When Jessica Milloway walks across the stage on May 16 to receive her diploma as part of the University of the Ozarks' Class of 2015, she will have some very proud family members in attendance.

New teacher Neeley finds success on job market

Date Released: 5/5/2015

It's nice to be wanted, and nobody knows that better than Heather Neeley.

Twenty U of O students named to 2014-15 Who's Who

Date Released: 5/5/2015

Twenty University of the Ozarks students have been recognized by Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and College for the 2014-15 academic year.

Evans takes top prize in 2015 Earth Day Essay Contest

Date Released: 5/4/2015

"As human beings, we have the ability to alter the earth and create a larger impact than any other organism. That is a vast responsibility that should not be taken lightly. The future is in our hands; the actions we take today will result in either fortune or disaster for future generations."

Kappa Delta Pi inducts five in annual ceremony

Date Released: 5/1/2015

The University of the Ozarks chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), the international honor society for teacher education, inducted five new members during a special ceremony in the Pat Walker Teacher Education Program on Thursday.

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