Regional high school math whizzes shine at SAU tournament

Group photo of all winners

More than 130 regional high school students competed in the Arkansas Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ACTM) Regional Mathematics Contest on Saturday, March 1, 2014, at Southern Arkansas University. “SAU hosts annually this annual regional tournament to recognize high school students with exceptional mathematics skills”, said Dr. Khalil Dajani, chair of the Department of Mathematics […]

SAU sets three enrollment records for fall 2013

SAU students on first day of fall 2013 semester

Southern Arkansas University not only has a record enrollment this fall, the SAU also has the highest number of beginning freshman and the most students living on campus in the University’s history. At the end of the11th class day, when the official enrollment numbers are transmitted to the state, SAU had an overall record enrolment […]

SAU excited about new computer gaming and animation design degree options

Southern Arkansas University is ready to register creative and passionate students for the fall 2013 semester into a new, unique and high-demand program for computer gaming and animation design. SAU recently became the first and only university in Arkansas and region to offer a complete program dedicated to providing instruction from the technical as well […]

SAU hosts ACTM regional mathematics competition

SAU Math contest winners

More than 160 students from the region matched wits Saturday, March 2, 2013, at the Arkansas Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ACTM) competition hosted annually at Southern Arkansas University. “This event served a great opportunity to recognize the academic achievement for mathematics students,” said Dr. Khalil Dajani, chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer […]

NASA grant extends opportunity for quantum communication (Updated)

Arkansas Space Grant Consortium of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced its approval of a grant research proposal by Dr. Khalil Dajani, chair and professor of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department at Southern Arkansas University. The consortium made the announcement during its annual Feb. 15 meeting in Little Rock.