Campus Mourns Death of UCA Trustee

The University of Central Arkansas faculty, staff and students mourn the recent passing of UCA Trustee Harold Chakales. Dr. Chakales died Tuesday morning, according to UCA officials. "Dr. Harold Chakales was a man who devoted many years of service to this institution as a member of the Board of Trustees," said UCA Interim President Tom Courtway. "He truly loved the University of Central … [Read more...]

UCA, Conway Emergency Personnel Hold Disaster Exercise

The University of Central Arkansas and the City of Conway emergency personnel took part in an exercise to review the university's emergency operations plans. More than 70 UCA faculty, staff, and administrators participated in "Natural Disaster 2011," a table top exercise designed to generate discussion among UCA officials and Conway fire and police about the university's response to a natural … [Read more...]

PrivacyStar Announces Partnership with UCA’S EPIC Residential College

PrivacyStar,maker of the smartphone application that enables users to manage their mobile device with industry leading privacy features, today announced its participation in the Entrepreneurship, Public Scholarship, Innovation, & Community Engagement (EPIC) Residential College program at University of Central Arkansas(UCA). PrivacyStar will serve as a catalyst to a growing entrepreneurial … [Read more...]

Pat Boone to Perform Holiday Concert

Pat Boone will be in concert for A Holiday Celebration with the Central Arkansas Children's Choir at the University of Central Arkansas. The concert at the Donald W. Reynolds Performance Hall is set for 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 11. Boone, perhaps best known as the white-shoed rock'n'roll singer of the 1950s, had a run of chart success during that decade that rivaled Elvis Presley's. Among his hits … [Read more...]

Network Outage Scheduled for Nov. 30

All systems - email, Banner, myUCA, network, internet -will be down at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30 due to repairs to the university's datacenter. Information Technology staff plan to have systems back up by midnight. A vital part of the university's emergency power for the datacenter was lost as a result of the campus power outage that occurred on Nov. 9. All power has to be removed from … [Read more...]

Lecture Exams Sustainability Theory and Practice

Brian Campbell, an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Central Arkansas, will give a lecture Thursday, Dec. 1 on Sustainability Theory and Practice. The lecture will begin at 6 p.m. in the College of Business Room 105. Campbell will discuss the key components of sustainable ecological systems and how those ideas apply to our contemporary human society. He will touch on … [Read more...]

Coffman Awarded the J. D. and Mary Lou Mashburn Award

Deborah Coffman, coordinator of professional development for the Arkansas Department of Education, is the recipient of the first J. D. and Mary Lou Mashburn Award presented by the Mashburn Center of Learning at the University of Central Arkansas. The J. D. and Mary Lou Mashburn Award recognizes professionals who demonstrate a resolve and commitment to grow and sustain the UCA's Mashburn Center … [Read more...]

UCA to Host Arkansas Model United Nations Conference

The 46th annual Arkansas Model United Nations (AMUN) conference will be held Nov.18 -19 on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas. About 400 high school students and teachers from 25 high schools in Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Florida are expected to attend this year's conference. The Opening Session of the 2011 AMUN Conference will take place on Friday, Nov.18 at 1:30 … [Read more...]

Researchers to Study Rebuilding New Orleans

Researchers at the University of Central Arkansas have been awarded a grant to investigate the effects of non-profit assistance on home rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina. Dr. Jennifer M. Wang, a research associate in the Department of Biology, and Dr. David Mitchell, an assistant professor of economics, are the recipients of a $34,996 grant from the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant … [Read more...]

James Carville to Continue Lecture Series

The University of Central Arkansas's Log Cabin Democrat Lecture Series continues Monday, Nov. 21 with media personality and presidential and political consultant James Carville. Carville will speak at the Donald W. Reynolds Performance Hall at 7:30 p.m. on the UCA campus. Carville is known as the man who has devised the most dramatic political victories of our generation. His winning streak … [Read more...]