I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to the students, faculty, and alumni for their support during this transition. Henderson is truly ‘the school with the heart’ and I am honored to continue the long-standing legacy of the Henderson band program. -Dr. Shaun Popp
The motion specifically requires the continuation of the name Henderson State University, use of the Reddie mascot, and slogan, "The School with a Heart."
Ms. Fleming brings a tremendous amount of higher education experience to this role, and I am pleased to welcome her to the Henderson campus, said Henderson Acting President Elaine Kneebone.
Deranaque Sturghill was first-runner-up, followed by second runner-up Devin Koger. In all, 21 students were nominated for the homecoming court.
NerdCon will be held Oct. 19 in the Dunn Student Recreation Center from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is $5.
Gallery shows and senior art exhibitions will be on display this fall. The shows are free and open to the public.
A highlight of homecoming week will be the inaugural Academic Reunion, where alumni can catch up with former and current faculty and fellow alumni. The reunion starts at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19, in the Garrison Center Grand Ballroom.
The 10 finalists will be announced Oct. 17 during the annual homecoming pep rally and bonfire. The court will be introduced and the queen crowned during football pre-game festivities on Oct. 19.
The performance, with the theme of "We Shall Overcome: The Perseverance of the Reddie Spirit," is free and open to the public.
Dr. Lewis Kanyiba & Dr. Jane Opiri of Teachers College, Henderson presented at the 12th Annual KESSA on September 13-14 th 2019 at the Atlanta Marriot Marquis in Atlanta GA. KESSA is an organization that brings together African scholars in diaspora to promote and advance their scholarly, scientific and research work.
Buendia, who majored in communication, works for an online cloud technology designing experiences between humans and computers.
Henderson State student Grace Wills was one of four students selected from a nationwide pool of 60 applicants.
On Saturday September 21st, the student chapter of the Arkansas Educators Association (SAEA) volunteered at Habitat for Humanity’s Restore in downtown Hot Springs as part of Reddie to Serve. ReStore is a non-profit home improvement store that accepts donations of household items that include everything from glassware to the kitchen sink. Profits from ReStore are placed back into sustainable housing efforts in the local community and around the world.
The scholarship is a tribute to Henderson ROTC graduates who died while serving their country during the Vietnam War.
Neil Simon's Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning play, set in 1942 Yonkers, New York, centers around two young brothers who live with their grandmother and their mentally challenged aunt while their recently widowed father travels, working to pay off a debt.