Undergraduates account for 2,983 of the total enrollment for fall 2019, with 611 graduate students. The most popular declared freshman majors are biology, health science, business administration, aviation and elementary education.
Henderson's aviation program has seen tremendous growth in recent years, and the new simulator will help meet the increased training demands.
We hope this group of future professionals will become exceptional leaders since we plan to mentor this group throughout the year, said conference chair Dr. Sandra Kims.
The Reynolds Planetarium at Henderson State University offers a one-of-a-kind teaching and learning experience. It is open to the public for shows, star-gazing events, field trips, and private functions. It is located inside the Reynolds Science Center and run by the Department of Engineering and Physics.
Amber Taggard is a professional organizer and owner of The Organizer Chicks, serving northwest Arkansas and the Kansas City metro area. Her company helps people who feel like they aren't getting the "best bang for their buck out of their spaces."
Henderson State's Russell Fine Arts Gallery has four shows scheduled for the fall semester, beginning Aug. 27.
The 2019 fall semester at Henderson State University has begun with approximately 19 new faculty members.
The university had set a 2019 goal of $2.2 million and received $2,278,580. Also, the number of alumni donors reached an all-time high.
Henderson State professors stay busy during summer attending conferences, making presentations, and traveling.
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Katrina Harvey graduated from Henderson in 2008 with a B.B.A. in accounting, and earned her MBA from Henderson in 2009.
Henderson State University President Glen Jones announced he will resign as president, effective immediately. Jones has served as university president since March 2012.
Clawson credits his high school basketball coach, Henderson graduate Jim Atwell, for choosing to attend Henderson. "Coach Atwell was the gentleman who taught me how to tape an ankle."
After hosting Chinese students last summer, a group of Henderson music students and faculty traveled to China for a series of concerts and cultural experiences.
In addition to managing Henderson's ASBTDC, Horvath works one-on-one with small business clients, providing confidential, no-cost consulting and guidance to current and prospective business owners.