The group observed and studied a variety of species, including sharks, manatees, sea turtles, many species of fish, coral, and other invertebrates.
“Henderson’s singular focus is student success, making college more affordable and developing pathways from kindergarten to college,” Gov. Asa Hutchinson said.
Three Henderson State University students, including Dawn Coffman, Jordan Jones, and Gabriella Tidwell, will be among the contestants vying to become the next Miss Arkansas.
The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education’s accreditation approval is considered "the gold standard" for nursing programs, said Dr. Shelley Austin, department chair.
To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have achieved a 4.0 grade point average for the entire semester. To make the Honor Roll, a student must have received at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester.
Henderson is among only 79 programs in the nation to earn this distinction as an “exemplar” in the new report. It met 100% of the instructional goals across each of the elementary mathematics topic areas.
The plan will be recommended to the Arkansas State University System Board of Trustees at a special meeting May 5.
The Early Childhood Pre-K Alternative Preparation Teacher Academy will be funded by a $356,337 grant from the Arkansas Department of Education for the 2022-23 school year.
The event will be held in the Garrison Center Ballroom beginning at 9 a.m. The schedule, and information about parking and where to enter the building, is available at hsu.edu/graduation.
The Office of Academic Success will include four academic programs: Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Applied Professional Science and Technology; Health, Education, and Social Sustainability; and Arts and Humanities.
The showcase features events ranging from concerts and theatre productions, to research presentations and project demonstrations.
As the Senior Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Officer for Henderson, Laird will serve on the university’s Strategic Leadership Team and report to the Chief Learning Officer/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
Henderson chemistry professor Dr. Suzanne Neidhart applied for a Forrest E. Mars. Jr. Chocolate History grant, and learned recently that she will receive $5,500 for the project.
The workshop is a week-long, hands-on experience for students ages 13-18. Participants engage in a variety of studio art activities, including collage, assemblage, fiber arts, and mixed media.
Distinguished Alumni awards will be presented to Brown Hardman, the late Maurice R. Horton Sr., and Anita Cabe and the late Charles Cabe. Lloyd Jackson and Chris and Debra Wewers will receive the “H” Award, and the Young Alumni Award will be presented to Beau Baker.