Behavioral Science Program Set
The Psychology Department will sponsor four formal
sessions in a program entitled “Behavioral Science and the Violent Offender”
The first topic — Thursday, Nov. 2 — covers the rural
justice system and crime scene investigation and is presented by Dr.
Cheryl May of the National Rural Law Enforcement Agency. The second
topic, criminal profiling, will be presented on Friday, Nov. 3, by FBI
Special Agent Carl Malloy of the Little Rock Division Profile Coordinator.
The last two sessions will be on Thursday and Friday, November 9 and
10. The topic of insanity evaluations, testimony and treatment, will
be conducted by Dr. Charles Mallory from the Forensic Services Unit
in the Arkansas State Hospital and the risk assessment for release of
violent offenders will be presented by Dan Roberts, Mike Thomas, and
Jeff Tillman of the Arkansas Department of Corrections and Department
of Community Punishment.
Each formal session is scheduled from 1:30 p.m. to
4:00 p.m. in the Boreham Auditorium. Informal sessions will occur in
the mornings and specific classrooms will be announced in the future.
Convocation credits are available for each session. Although the sessions
are free, preregistration is required. For more information, contact
Marlon Bonilla, Lisa Childers or
Dr. Tom Stephenson.
It is time to strike a pose and smile for the camera
because pictures will soon be taken for the yearbook.
Yearbook photos are scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 24,
from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Wednesday, Oct. 25, from 8 a.m.
to .Noon, in the Purple and Gold Room in the lower level of the Seay
Put on your best attire or just come as yourself,
but get your picture taken! We hope to see everyone there!
The University of the Ozarks Alumni Association will
host a soccer tailgate party for all U of O alumni, students, faculty
and staff from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 24, at Hurie Field.
The event is free. It will be held in conjunction
with the U of O men’s soccer match against Rhema Bible College, which
begins at 3 p.m. The Alumni Association will provide hot dogs and refreshments.
Contest and Movie Night
Halloween is coming soon and the fun is about to begin!
The fourth annual Pumpkin Carving Party and Scary Movie Night will be
held at the President’s Home on Tuesday, October 24.
The carving contest begins at 5:30 p.m. and the movie
begins at 6:45 p.m. So, grab your roommate and friends and join
the president in a scary night of creativity and fun. You don’t want
to be left alone in the dark!
Flag Football Playoffs Set
Six teams have advanced to the intramural flag football
playoffs, which will begin on Tuesday, Oct. 24.
In first-round games, Lucky Charms will meet
The Old Men and Young Women at 7 p.m., followed by Team Henderson
vs. The Zarks at 8 p.m. Two teams — T-Shirt Warriors and Team
Gibbs — earned first-round byes and will play in the semifinals
on Oct. 30. The title game is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 1.
Signups for intramural bowling run through Oct. 30,
with the season beginning Nov. 2. Each team must have five bowlers,
including at least one woman.
Senate Candidate at U of O
State Senate Democratic candidate John Whiteside of
Russellville will be on the University of the Ozarks campus at 6:00
p.m., Monday, October 23, to promote awareness of political issues among
college students and citizens of Johnson County.
Whiteside is running for the District 12 State Senate
seat against Republican Sharon Trusty. Whiteside will present his political
views and answer questions from the audience. The event is sponsored
by the U of O Forensics and Speech Club and is free and open to the
Fall Break Special
Founders Bookstore Manager Kay Merritt reports that
Fall Break Specials are currently going on in the campus bookstore.
Among the specials are 35 percent off select group
of sweatshirts, shorts, and T-shirts and all computer books marked down
to $4.99. Get ready for Halloween by choosing from their selection of
Halloween candy bags, balloons, and other gift items. This includes
free delivery on campus! Need to make a call? You can receive a FREE
10 minute phone card by purchasing a box of stationery. Store hours
are from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
WA-Press will be featuring its “Anything Goes” night
on Thursday, Nov. 2, from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Student Center.
Join in the good times of college! Come out and participate
or just stay for the atmosphere! All are welcome
The Alumni Association has several scholarships available
to returning Ozarks students for the 2001-2002 academic year.
Interested students must be individuals exemplifying
good moral character with a 3.0 grade point average or higher. The completed
application form must be submitted with two letters of recommendation
(one from an Ozarks faculty member) and received in the Alumni Office
before January 29, 2001.
Applications are available in the Alumni Office,
located in the Mabee Administration Building.
Experience The Bizarre!
OCHOS will be featuring the Brian Brushwood Magic
Show on Tuesday, Oct. 31, at 8:00 p.m in the Seay Student center.
Not your ordinary magic show, this one features magic,
comedy, escapes, dangerous stunts, mind reading, and much, much more!
Come watch and be amazed at some of the bizarre feats, like fire eating!
For more information, visit www.shwood.com