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Date Released: 12/2/2016University of the Ozarks has recently entered into a dual degree partnership with the Paris School of Business (PSB).
Date Released: 11/29/2016University of the Ozarks alumnus and award-winning journalist Evan Hoffmeyer will return to campus on Wednesday, Nov. 30, for a guest lecture in the Radio, Television and Video (RTV) program.
Date Released: 11/28/2016University of the Ozarks senior art major Amanda Rose Fields doesn't have to look long or far for her inspirations. She has eight of them she sees daily.
Date Released: 11/21/2016The University of the Ozarks music department will present its annual Service of Lessons and Carols at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 8, in Munger-Wilson Chapel.
Date Released: 11/11/2016University of the Ozarks Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Warren Sconiers was just a child when he discovered he had a unique interest in nature's smallest creatures.
Date Released: 11/8/2016Clarksville photographer Gil Lebois will present his exhibit, "US of U of O," from Nov. 14-22 in the Stephens Gallery as part of the University of the Ozarks' Artist of the Month Series.
Date Released: 11/8/2016University of the Ozarks will celebrate its pioneering 1963-64 basketball team in an event titled, "The Integration of Athletics in Arkansas," at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17.
Date Released: 11/4/2016University of the Ozarks freshman John Bowen not only loves history, he lives history.
Date Released: 11/2/2016More than 70 years after attending Chapel services as a student at University of the Ozarks, the Rev. Bruce Williams is giving back to the spiritual heart of the campus.
Date Released: 11/2/2016The University of the Ozarks Theatre captured 12 honors, including the prestigious Directors' Choice and Respondent's Choice awards, at the 2016 Arkansas Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, held Oct. 28-29 in Fort Smith.
Date Released: 11/1/2016The University of the Ozarks' communication department will present live, local coverage of the general election throughout the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Date Released: 11/1/2016Whether she's writing poetry about vegetarianism, sperm donation or questioning the gender of God, Emilie Williams enjoys challenging her classmates to think outside their comfort zones.
Date Released: 10/25/2016Reggie Hill, a Florida native who has more than a decade of university admissions experience, has been named the new assistant vice president for advancement and director of enrollment management at University of the Ozarks.
Date Released: 10/25/2016University of the Ozarks RTV student Gil Lebois took home three awards, including first place in the public affairs category, at the Spring Creek Festival, held this past weekend in Springdale, Ark.
Date Released: 10/17/2016Several students in the University of the Ozarks' teacher education program recently gained valuable experience by taking part in professional education conference on dyslexia.
Date Released: 10/17/2016University of the Ozarks will present two of its traditional Halloween-themed events for the campus and local communities on Friday, Oct. 28.
Date Released: 10/7/2016University of the Ozarks held a ground-breaking ceremony on Friday for a new on-campus tennis facility.
Date Released: 10/7/2016University of the Ozarks has combined its annual spring Alumni Weekend and the typical fall homecoming into one event, the new and improved U of O Homecoming celebration, scheduled for Oct. 14-16.
Date Released: 10/5/2016Breanna Hiatt has taken full advantage of the liberal arts curriculum at University of the Ozarks to find her true calling.
Date Released: 10/5/2016The Rev. Tracy Julian Williams, pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Bay City, Texas, will visit University of the Ozarks during the week of Oct. 10-14 as part of the University's Pastoral Study Leave Program.
Date Released: 10/3/2016University of the Ozarks has announced a $10 million gift from the Walton Family Foundation establishing an endowed scholarship program to assist promising students from low and middle income families. President Richard L. Dunsworth announced the new Frontier Scholarship Program to the campus community in the University's Munger-Wilson Memorial Chapel on Monday morning.