Aug. 7, 2006


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Higher Education Board, meeting update
The Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board (AHECB) approved the Department of Higher Education (ADHE) 2007-09 biennial recommendations for public colleges and universitiesí operating and capital funding at its quarterly meeting Friday in Blytheville. The recommended funding distribution is now set to go before the Arkansas General Assembly. For more details and to see the full ADHE news release and institutional allocations, click here.

 

Dr. Terry Roach honored with award

Dr. Terry Roach, Business, is the recipient of the 2006 Collegiate Teacher of the Year presented by the Arkansas Business Education Association (ABEA). Roach received the award last week at the ABEA annual meeting in Hot Springs. The criteria for the award included service and membership in professional associations, years of teaching, publications, presentations, and community service. He has taught students for 37 years including high school, junior college, university, adult education, and continuing education.

Dr. Cundall and Dr. Stewart present researchDr. Patrick Stewart
Dr. Michael CundallDr. Michael K. Cundall Jr., English and Philosophy, and Dr. Patrick A. Stewart, Political Science, recently made a presentation at the 2006 International Society for Human Ethology. They presented research, as part of a joint research project, on humor and the American president.

Dr. Marlay & Dr. Hartwig to attend course
Dr. Ross MarlayDr. Charles HartwigDr. Ross Marlay and Dr. Charles Hartwig, Political Science, have been selected as participants in a Chautauqua course in New Mexico slated for October. The short course is titled "The Birthplace and Early History of the Atomic Bomb," and will be conducted near Albuquerque, N.M., with trips to Los Alamos and the Trinity Site where the first atomic bomb exploded on July 16, 1945. The course will explore the science, politics, and geography of how the world's first atomic weapons were created.

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