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Date Released: 5/17/2016University of the Ozarks awarded 86 undergraduate degrees during its 2016 Spring Commencement ceremony, held Saturday, May 14, on the campus mall.
Date Released: 5/12/2016Corbin Sturch has found a way to turn his love of music into a lucrative entrepreneurial endeavor.
Date Released: 5/10/2016University of the Ozarks teamed up with Community Service Inc., (CSI) of Clarksville recently to present a Johnson County Youth Leadership Course for local at-risk youth.
Date Released: 5/10/2016University of the Ozarks Provost Dr. Travis Feezell is one of 20 senior college administrators selected by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) to participate in a year-long Presidential Vocation and Institutional Mission program for prospective college and university presidents.
Date Released: 5/3/2016Janae Cantu's essay "Parks vs. Reserves: The Implications of a Name," took top honors in the University of the Ozarks' fourth annual Earth Day Essay Contest, announced last week.
Date Released: 5/3/2016Daniel Valencia, a senior-to-be from El Salvador, has been elected by the University of the Ozarks student body to serve as president of the Student Government Association (SGA) for the 2016-17 academic year.
Date Released: 5/2/2016University of the Ozarks art major Matt Wellborn will present his Senior Exhibit, "A. Deviant. Has. Disorders," from May 7-11 in the Stephens Gallery.
Date Released: 5/2/2016University of the Ozarks student Samantha Hutto has found an illuminating harmony in the unlikely double majors of history and mathematics.
Date Released: 4/29/2016Nena Evans, Daniel Valencia and Amanda Paz took home top honors during the University of the Ozarks' fourth annual ARCH (Advanced Research and Creative Highlights) Symposium, held this week on campus.
Date Released: 4/26/2016University of the Ozarks will present its most prestigious student honors during the 2016 Academic Awards Program, scheduled for Wednesday, May 4.
Date Released: 4/26/2016The University of the Ozarks chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), the international honor society for teacher education, inducted several new members during a special ceremony in the Pat Walker Teacher Education Program on Tuesday, April 26.