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UCA recruits transfers from across state, country

Sportswriters will tell you that by playing with statistics, you can sometimes deduct that a team like Harding University would be able to compete in football with say, a University of Miami. That?s pretty far-fetched of course, but statistics about the enrollment this fall at UCA do reveal some interesting data, particularly in the area of transfer students. Of the 136 students who … [Read more...]

Tarkka receives grant for research apparatus

Dr. Richard Tarkka, Department of Chemistry, recently received a $23,374 grant for the acquisition of a Luminescence Spectrometer and a Carousel Parallel Synthesis Apparatus. The instruments will allow Tarkka to continue working on a collaborative effort with Bob Gawley at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. The pair?s study is attempting to develop new methods of testing seafood for … [Read more...]

UCA Theatre presents, ?One Flea Spare?

UCA Theatre will present One Flea Spare, by Naomi Wallace, at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 15, 16 and 17, in the Reynolds Performance Hall. This critically acclaimed drama is set in 1665 as the plague is sweeping through London. A month-long quarantine is about to expire on a wealthy couple's boarded-up house when two vagrants break in, forcing the occupants to endure another month's captivity. The story … [Read more...]

Trustees approve personnel adjustments

Personnel Adjustments from the Oct. 3 Board of Trustee Meeting: ADJUSTMENTS: Barbara Biljan, Library, Library Laboratory Instructor, change from half-time to eighty percent time, change salary, effective September 5, 2003. Terry James, change from Associate Provost/Title 3 to Graduate School/Title 3, change title from Interim Director Academic Planning and Assessment/Director of Special … [Read more...]

Conque tells Bearbackers he believes in his team

While saying that he was "frustrated, disappointed and at time times borderline embarrassed," UCA head football coach Clint Conque also told supporters at the weekly Bearbackers luncheon on Monday, "I still believe in these young men and the things we've established here. "It is extremely important that you continue to support these young men," Conque told the large gathering in the Hall of … [Read more...]

UCA unveils WWII memorial

The University of Central Arkansas obviously warmed hearts and rekindled memories for many in the huge crowd who turned out for the unveiling of the World War II memorial on an otherwise damp, gray Friday afternoon. The ceremony took place in front of McAlister Hall, which is the site of the memorial. The monument is made of black granite with gold lettering. It is over four feet wide and … [Read more...]

Trustees approve raises for faculty, non-classified staff

It?s official. Faculty and non-classified staff will see an increase in their paychecks at the end of the month ? a 3 percent increase, that is. The UCA Board of Trustees approved the salary increase at its meeting on Friday. In July, classified staff received an across-the-board salary increase of 2.7 percent from the Arkansas General Assembly. An increase in tuition dollars as a result of … [Read more...]

UCA Family Day

UCA will host Family Day on Saturday, Oct. 11. The families of all UCA students, faculty and staff are invited to take part in the festivities. Event Schedule 10 a.m.?2 p.m. Freshman Honors College Brunch, East McCastlain Hall Freshman Honors College students and parents are invited to a brunch coordinated by the Honors College. For more information, call Glenda Middleton (501) … [Read more...]

Scoles receives grant to assist with charter schools

Michael Scoles, Department of Psychology and Counseling, received an $18,240 grant for public charter schools from the U.S. Department of Education through the Arkansas Department of Education. The grant will allow Scoles and a graduate assistant to provide assistance to the ADE Charter School Office, which will, in turn, help UCA maintain its reputation as a leader in education reform. … [Read more...]

Temptations sold out at UCA

The Temptations performance for 7:30 p.m. on Friday, in Reynolds Performance Hall in now officially sold out. Tickets for the general public have been sold out for three weeks. Yesterday, a block of UCA student tickets went on sale, and was sold within three hours. … [Read more...]