HKR faculty members Dr. George White, Dr. Ron Smith and Ms. Jan Kiilsgaard have an active 2016-17 research schedule. The three have been funded through an SAU Research Grant on the project “Seasonal Electrolyte Changes (Sodium, Calcium and Potassium) in Elite Athletes during Intense Physical Training and Conditioning Practices”. Dr. George White is also involved… Read More
Starting September 12th-26th Declining Balance Reload begins! Get $20 for every $100 you add! To add declining balance visit Reynolds 202, saudining.com, or call 235-4048.
Enactus PBL is hosting the first meeting of the fall semester on Tuesday, September 13, at 3:40 p.m. in room 205 in the Rankin College of Business. These organizations are combining forces to have greater impact on our campus, community, nation, and world. Enactus stands for the ENtrepreneurial ACTion performed by US. Students have a… Read More
Helping develop good study habits is just one goal of Team Study, a program that uses academically successful students each week to facilitate and help establish quality study for students at Southern Arkansas University. Team Study held its fall semester kickoff event Tuesday night with the Peer Academic Coaches (PACs) stationed in all of SAU’s… Read More
Erik Qualman, technology and social media expert, will be the guest speaker at the upcoming Murphy USA Lecture at Southern Arkansas University Thursday, Sept. 22, at 10:30 a.m. in Harton Theatre. Qualman, who has been called the Dale Carnegie and the Tony Robbins of tech, is the author of Socialnomics, which made Amazon’s No. 1… Read More
This year’s Family Day on Saturday, Sept. 10, will be held in new locations on the Southern Arkansas University campus but still promises to offer all the family fun and activities, honoring SAU traditions and culminating in Mulerider football. One of the most exciting events, the annual Great Greek Canoe Races, will be moving from… Read More
Dr. Abdel Bachri , along with colleagues at UAMS and the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, published a peer-reviewed article in Pharmaceutical Research journal. The research quantified human chromosomal damage after radiation exposure. The paper also reported that while radiation significantly causes reduction in the expression of DNA repair gene Rad50, pre-treatment with Gamma-Tocotrienol, a… Read More
Alice Fanning, an Assistant Professor of Nursing and Programs Director, completed the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Degree from Northwestern State University, Shreveport, Louisiana in August 2016. Candidates for graduation must complete 38 credit hours, a scholarly project, and be able to successfully orally defend the scholarly project. Additionally, the candidate must submit the project… Read More
An electronic report of the duplicating costs from August 1 through August 31, 2016, has been sent out by e-mail to the responsible official for each account charged. The report is for copies made on the large copiers in the Communications Center, the satellite copiers, word processing, and for supplies (i.e., letterhead, envelopes, paper, etc.)…. Read More
Join the learning and the fun with Team Study’s Official Kick-Off on Tuesday, September 6, from 7:00-10:00 p.m. in the residence halls and the library! Free pizza will be available as long as it lasts! Free door prizes! Meet your PAC (Peer Academic Coach), enjoy free pizza, and study with your peers!