The Masters of Science in Kinesiology-Coaching online program at Southern Arkansas University has attracted students from Philomath, Oregon, to the opposite side of the U.S. at Tarrytown, New York, and everywhere in between. The rise of this program is due its affordability and to a number of other factors, according to Dr. Kim Bloss, dean… Read More
Two Southern Arkansas University departments have forged mutually-beneficial collaborations with the UAMS South Residential Training Track Family Medicine Program in Magnolia. The SAU Athletic Training Department is serving as the sports medicine rotation for the UAMS South residents and, across campus, the UAMS South resident program is working with pre-health majors by offering shadowing opportunities… Read More
MAGNOLIA – Officers from the Southern Arkansas University Police Department will be among several groups plunging into the National Guard Armory pond on Friday, Feb. 26, as part of the Area 15 Special Olympics “Polar Bear Plunge” fundraiser. The plunge will be the first of its kind in Magnolia. Sponsored by Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority… Read More
Steve Dingman, chair of the Health, Kinesiology and Recreation department at Southern Arkansas University, presented “Starting on the Right Path with Pathwise” with five Physical Education, Wellness and Leisure majors on November 6 in Eureka Springs at the Arkansas Association of Health Physical Education Recreation Dance State Convention. Pictured are, from left to right, Dingman,… Read More
MAGNOLIA, Ark. – Southern Arkansas University Alumnus Jordan Babineaux will return to his college home on April 24 to talk about his experience as a defensive back for the Seattle Seahawks. The special event is being sponsored by the SAU Foundation and proceeds will benefit the foundation and the Kathleen Mallory Lectureship Endowment. A private… Read More
MAGNOLIA—Two squads are better than one and increase the odds of capturing more national championships.
That is the shared outlook of the Southern Arkansas University co-ed cheerleading squad and the new all girl squad added this fall. The additional squad doubles the cheering power of the group to 30 strong.
Mykolas Sakevicius, a junior from Little Rock
Students looking to pursue a career in athletic training or the medical field can now earn a degree from the fully accredited Athletic Training Education Program offered by Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia.
After five years of preparation, the SAU program was recently notified it had received full accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health
Six students and a professor from the Department of Health, Kinesiology, and Recreation at Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia, attended and participated in the ArkAHPERD state convention in Eureka Springs.
“The convention was very informative,” said Katy O’Pry, a senior health, kinesiology, and recreation major from El Dorado. “By attending the convention we were allowed to network