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Micah Larey named state president of PBL Micah Larey named state president of PBL
Micah Larey, a junior finance and accounting major at Southern Arkansas University, was recently elected state president of the Arkansas Phi Beta Lambda organization. PBL is the college division of Future Business Leaders of America. Larey, from Fouke, Arkansas, was elected vice president of membership of PBL last year, and thinks what he learned will help him in his new office. “It was a great experience,” said Larey. “And we made a lot of progress and added a lot of new members.” Larey w... Read More
Micah Larey named state president of PBL
Micah Larey named state president of PBL
SAU Board of Trustees approves sidewalk resolution, bond refinancing
The Southern Arkansas University Board of Trustees met Wednesday, April 18, 2018, to discuss a short agenda that included a sidewalk resolution presented by Dr. Trey Berry, president of SAU, and a bond resolution and auxiliary refunding, presented by Shawana Reed, Vice-President of Finance. Trustee David Nelson attended the meeting on the SAU campus. Edgar O. Lee, board chair; Lawrence Bearden and Therral Story participated via conference call. Berry said the University has received an 80/20 mat... Read More
SAU Board of Trustees approves sidewalk resolution, bond refinancing
SAU Board of Trustees approves sidewalk resolution, bond refinancing
Four inducted into Educational Leadership Hall of Fame at Southern Arkansas University Four inducted into Educational Leadership Hall of Fame at Southern Arkansas University
Four regional educators were inducted into the Educational Leadership Hall of Fame at Southern Arkansas University on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. The 2018 Educational Leadership Hall of Fame inductees included:Heath Miller, principal, Lake Hamilton Primary School in Lake Hamilton, Arkansas Barbara Garner, assistant superintendent, Crossett School District in Crossett, Arkansas Kim Cody, principal, Redwater Junior High School in Redwater, Texas Johnny Embry, assistant superintendent, Camden Fairvi... Read More
Four inducted into Educational Leadership Hall of Fame at Southern Arkansas University
Four inducted into Educational Leadership Hall of Fame at Southern Arkansas University
Mulerider L.E.A.D. class celebrates successful inaugural year Mulerider L.E.A.D. class celebrates successful inaugural year
The Mulerider L.E.A.D. (Lead, Excel, Advance, and Develop) class of 2017-18 has had a great first year at Southern Arkansas University. Mulerider L.E.A.D. is professional development promoting leadership through a cohort model. The one-year process includes leadership modules as well as an overview of various SAU departments. One of the goals of L.E.A.D. “grow” leaders at SAU. Not only do participants experience a variety of leadership modules, they learn more about various areas at SAU. The SAU... Read More
Mulerider L.E.A.D. class celebrates successful inaugural year
Mulerider L.E.A.D. class celebrates successful inaugural year
SAU selects Dingman as Honor Professor, celebrates faculty achievement with annual awards banquet SAU selects Dingman as Honor Professor, celebrates faculty achievement with annual awards banquet
Southern Arkansas University honored the outstanding achievements of its faculty on Thursday, April 12, at the 2018 Faculty Excellence Awards Banquet. Steve Dingman, director of the online M.S. in kinesiology and coaching program and chair of Health, Kinesiology & Recreation, was named the 2018-2019 Honor Professor, accepting the ceremonial Mace from Dr. Abdel Bachri, outgoing Honor Professor. Dr. Deborah Wilson, chair of Behavioral and Social Sciences and associate professor of psychology, ... Read More
SAU selects Dingman as Honor Professor, celebrates faculty achievement with annual awards banquet
SAU selects Dingman as Honor Professor, celebrates faculty achievement with annual awards banquet
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