"I decided to major in business fairly early in my college career, due to it being a degree that is highly versatile in today’s workforce. I feel that I can pursue several careers with a degree in business."
"I tell my friends and family constantly that I am so glad I chose (Henderson's) nursing program because the faculty and staff are absolutely amazing and caring. It feels like family here."
The receptions will be held February 19 and 20 from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Donor Room at Carpenter-Haygood Stadium. Reddie faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends are invited.
The work is funded by an $850,000 grant from the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council (ANCRC), which prioritizes “projects that protect and maintain state-owned natural areas, historic sites, and outdoor recreation.”
The book, co-authored by Dr. Sarah Demmrich, offers a critical analysis of the massive psychological research on religious fundamentalism that has gathered over the past century.
"I decided to get a music minor to fill my second semester with classes. I ended up loving all my music classes and understood what was going on, so I decided to major in music education."
The program features student musicians selected from auditions in November. The concert is free and open to the public.