Leaders of Arkansas State University Campus Queretaro today updated the ASU Board of Trustees on growth of the institution and its role in the development of a model city in Mexico. Dr. David Ray, vice rector of Campus Queretaro, said the focus remains on student recruitment and retention while commercial development of a community around the campus ramps up.
Executives with Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield and the Blue & You Foundation for a Healthier Arkansas visited Arkansas State University Thursday to present an $89,000 grant to the College of Nursing and Health Professions for a pediatric simulator.
College of the Ouachitas in Malvern will become the newest member institution of the Arkansas State University System on January 1 under a merger agreement approved and executed today.
A former member of the Arkansas State University Board of Trustees has completed a $1 million gift to Arkansas State and announced the commitment toward a new $1 million gift to support agricultural research. Through the Judd Hill Foundation Trust, Board Trustee Emeritus Mike Gibson is establishing the Judd Hill Student Research and Innovation Endowment, which compliments his previous Judd Hill Agricultural Faculty Excellence Fund.
The College of the Ouachitas (COTO) Board of Trustees voted unanimously Tuesday to join the Arkansas State University System. Subject to approval of the ASU Board of Trustees and the Higher Learning Commission, COTO would become the sixth member institution in the ASU System. Located in Malvern, COTO enrolls nearly 1,700 students annually and has 110 full-time faculty and staff with an annual operating budget of more than $12 million.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson today appointed Dr. Tim Langford of Little Rock, a 1983 graduate of Arkansas State University, to a second five-year term on the ASU Board of Trustees.
Officials gathered for a construction launch ceremony for the disaster training pavilion facility in Imboden in the lobby of the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Health Sciences on the campus of Arkansas State University.
Arkansas State University announced the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education elevated the university to the category, "Doctoral Universities: High Research Activity."
The Arkansas Research Alliance and Gov. Asa Hutchinson Thursday announced the appointment of six new ARA Fellows, including Dr. Xiuzhen Huang of Arkansas State University, at the State Capitol.
Due to inclement weather on Dec. 8, which was a national testing date for ACT, the exam was cancelled at several testing sites in the region. In recognition of the potential inconvenience to incoming students, Arkansas State University announced today it will accept the February national ACT score for determining institutional scholarship award consideration, up to the A-State Excellence level.
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