Presentations and Publications

A weekly listing of submitted presentations and publications by UCA faculty and staff. The UCA College of Business hosted the 54th annual meeting of the Arkansas College Teachers of Economics and Business on Friday, Oct. 1 in the Brewer-Hegeman Conference Center. The organization was welcomed by Pat Cantrell, dean of the College of Business, and Joe Horton, president of the association and … [Read more...]

TOEFL exam scheduled for November

The Institutional Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam will be given at 9 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 22 at the University of Central Arkansas Student Center in Room 215A. To register for the test, please see Ruth Clayton, Department of World Languages secretary, in Irby Hall Room 207. The deadline to register is Monday, Oct. 18. The fee for the test is $25 (cash or check), which is … [Read more...]

Political columnist discusses impact of presidential debates

As the election draws nearer, discussions and debates are heating up and University of Central Arkansas President Lu Hardin?s class on presidential elections is no exception. Monday evening, Hardin invited award-winning columnist and reporter John Brummett to speak to his class about the impact of debates on presidential elections and to assess the first two presidential debates. Brummett, … [Read more...]

Future teachers attend conference on secondary education

It was all about secondary teachers-in-training last Friday at the University of Central Arkansas? first Secondary Education Conference. More than 50 senior-level students studying to become secondary teachers, often referred to as pre-service teachers, attended the one-day conference at Brewer-Hegeman Conference Center. The group represented nine different disciplines including English, math, … [Read more...]

President awarded raise for 'hard work'

The University of Central Arkansas? Board of Trustees unanimously approved a motion to raise President Lu Hardin?s salary by $12,000, making him the highest paid university president in Arkansas with an annual salary of $227,670. The next highest paid university president in Arkansas is University of Arkansas President Alan Sugg, whose salary is $226,100. Trustee Randy Sims said Hardin … [Read more...]

Alumni association tailgate canceled due to weather

The UCA Alumni Association "Bear Paws & Maws" Alumni & Friends tailgate party scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 9 is CANCELED due to weather. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. To find out about other Family Day activities, please visit … [Read more...]

Whose Line Is It Anyway tickets available at door

Student Activities Board has a limited number of tickets for "Whose Line is it Anyway?", which will be released at the door on Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. at UCA Ticket Central (formerly Reynolds Box Office). Ticket prices are $5 for UCA students and $15 for faculty, staff and general public. … [Read more...]

Long-time supporters make largest single gift in UCA history

Long-time University of Central Arkansas supporters Rush F. Harding, III and his wife, Linda, presented President Lu Hardin with the largest single gift in the university?s history on Thursday. An announcement of the $1.25 million gift was made during a noon luncheon at The Little Rock Club before family members and Arkansas educators who have impacted the Harding family. Rush said, ?We … [Read more...]

President Hardin and Sophomore Year Experience to host election 'teach in'

UCA President Lu Hardin and the Sophomore Year Experience will host a presidential election ?teach in? on the lawn in front of President Hardin?s home on Thursday, Oct. 21 from 4?5:30 p.m. The philosophy behind this teach-in is to facilitate discussion between faculty, staff, and students on issues central to the 2004 Presidential elections. Faculty led topics will include: economic, … [Read more...]

Presentations and Publications

A weekly listing of submitted presentations and publications by UCA faculty and staff. Brent Shires, Department of Music, was invited to perform at the University of Oklahoma Sept. 25-26 with featured artist Lowell Greer (internationally renowned French hornist). Shires was in the performance of Greer?s composition, "Requiem du Chasseur,? a work for tenor voice, organ, solo and ensemble … [Read more...]