MONTICELLO, AR — Dr. Robert Moore, professor of English at the University of Arkansas at Monticello who writes under the pen name "Red Hawk," has a new book entitled Return To the Mother: A Lover’s Handbook.
MONTICELLO, AR — A University of Arkansas at Monticello psychology professor and the UAM chapter of a psychology honor society were recently honored by Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology. Dr. Seungyeon Lee, an assistant professor of psychology, was named the outstanding faculty member for the Southwestern Region of Psi Chi for "contributions to the honor society." Psi Chi annually recognizes an outstanding college faculty member in each of six regions nationally. Each recipient receives a monetary award. “I am humbled and honored to have received this incredibly generous award from the organization," said Lee. "The funds awarded will go far in helping me to realize my own goals of becoming a psychologist and a faculty mentor.
MONTICELLO, AR — 2017 graduates of the associate of applied science in nursing degree program at the University of Arkansas at Monticello recently achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the NCLEX-RN examination given by the Arkansas State Board of Nursing. According to test results released by the Board of Nursing, UAM had the only ADN program out of 18 two-year programs in Arkansas to achieve a 100 percent pass rate.
MONTICELLO, AR — Members of the 2017 graduating class in the bachelor of science in nursing degree program at the University of Arkansas at Monticello have achieved a 95 percent pass rate on the National Council of Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN), according to Dr. Brandy Haley, dean of the School of Nursing. Passage of the NCLEX-RN is required before nursing graduates can be hired as nurses.
MONTICELLO, AR — Scientific research takes many forms. For Drs. Karen and Marvin Fawley, that means crawling around the Warren Prairie on their stomachs, searching for tiny plants with the unwieldy name Geocarpon minimum, a small leafy plant no more than a quarter-inch tall. The Fawleys call it "belly botany" and while the technique may sound odd – and a little uncomfortable – it's yielding big results.
MONTICELLO, AR — The University of Arkansas at Monticello presented 121 awards to 95 students who completed their academic requirements in June, according to information released today by the UAM registrar’s office.
MONTICELLO, AR — Jazz aficionados will be able to hear some of the country's top jazz artists when they perform as part of the All-Star Jazz Camp at the University of Arkansas at Monticello July 19. The All-Star Jazz Camp Big Band will take the stage of the UAM Fine Arts Center at 7 p.m. for a free concert. The 18-member band will include Paul Henry of the Airmen of Note, the internationally-acclaimed jazz band of the U.S. Air Force, as well as Mike Williams, trumpeter for the Count Basie Orchestra and Scott Whitfield, trombonist for Johnny Griffin's Big Soul Band and the Nat Adderly Sextet.
MONTICELLO, AR — The University of Arkansas at Monticello will hold its last summer registration session for incoming freshmen July 10, according to Tawana Greene, executive director of admissions and enrollment management. Only students who have completed the admission process may register during this session.
MONTICELLO, AR — John Harvey, the most successful baseball coach in University of Arkansas at Monticello history, has been appointed UAM's director of athletics. Harvey assumed the role of interim athletics director in November while continuing as head baseball coach following the departure of Chris Ratcliff. Harvey will continue to coach the Boll Weevil baseball team, which he has led to a record of 193-146 in seven seasons.
MONTICELLO, AR — The UAM College of Technology-McGehee (UAM-CTM) will hold commencement exercises for the class of 2017 at the UAM Fine Arts Center at 2 p.m. June 30. Graduates will be from the following programs: associate of applied science degree in general technology, administrative office technology, diesel technology, early childhood education, health information technology, heavy equipment operator trainer academy, hospitality services, welding technology, and the GED in adult education. For more information, contact Sharon Cantrell at (870) 460-2106.