MONTICELLO, AR - Prospective and current students who plan to apply for either institutional or private scholarships to attend the University of Arkansas at Monticello during the 2018 fall semester should do so by March 1, according to Tawana Greene, executive director of admissions and enrollment management.
MONTICELLO, AR - A free public concert by the University of Arkansas at Monticello Wind Symphony and Concert Band will be presented March 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the UAM Fine Arts Center auditorium. Justin Anders, chair of the Division of Music, will direct the Wind Symphony while John Webb will conduct the Concert Band. The performance will include "The Thunderer" by John Philip Sousa, "Dedicatory Overture" by Clifton Williams and selected works by Robert Sheldon and John Mackey. The performance will be preceded by a pre-concert lecture by Anders at 6:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center's Spencer Gallery. For more information, contact the Division of Music at (870) 460-1060. - 30 -
MONTICELLO, AR - A group of seven undergraduate students at the University of Arkansas at Monticello have been chosen to present papers on the influence of authority in canonical British literature at the 2018 Graduate Students in English Interdisciplinary Conference at UA-Fayetteville March 3.
MONTICELLO, AR - The debate and forensics team at the University of Arkansas at Monticello placed second in the Arkansas sweepstakes competition and third in the Southern Region debate sweepstakes at the Southern Forensics Championship Tournament hosted over the weekend by Arkansas Tech University in Russellville. The tournament included competitors from 21 colleges and universities from Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and Tennessee. Students competed for both regional and individual state awards.
MONTICELLO, AR - The University of Arkansas at Monticello named 207 students to the Chancellor's List for the fall 2017 semester and another 352 students to the Dean's List, according to Carol Dolberry, registrar. Selection to the Chancellor's List requires a grade point average of 4.0 on at least 12 semester hours of course credit at the 1000-4000 level. The Dean's List requires a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, also on at least 12 semester hours of course credit at the 1000-4000 level.
The Biology Club at the University of Arkansas at Monticello recently collected over $500 in donations and toys to present to Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock. Pictured from left are Biology Club officers Lexi Blevins of White Hall, Kendall Wells of Monticello, Conner Callaway of Hamburg, Haley Koenig of Lakeville, Minn., and Beth Justice of Dermott. Koenig and Justice are co-presidents of the club. "On behalf of our patients at Arkansas Children's, thank you for your kind and thoughtful donation this holiday season," said Jennifer Selig, executive director of volunteer engagement for ACH. "Your commitment and dedication to Arkansas Children's truly makes a difference in our patients' lives."
These University of Arkansas at Monticello students recently became the first cohort to complete the National Strength and Conditioning Association's (NSCA) Education Recognition Program, which recognizes schools with standardized, approved strength and conditioning or personal training curricula. Completion of the program prepares students to become certified personal trainers and strength and conditioning specialists.
(From left) University of Arkansas at Monticello debate team members Kyle Hargis of Warren, Gabe McDorman of Sheridan and Brian Hunter Cook of Sheridan display the awards they won at the recent Deep South Debate Tournament hosted by Mississippi College in Clinton, Miss. Hargis, a communication major, was named the first place speaker in the varsity debate division and reached the finals in varsity debate. McDorman, a communication major, also reached the finals of varsity debate while Cook, a criminal justice major, was the fifth place speaker in junior varsity debate. Others competing or participating for UAM were Grace Nash, an English and modern languages major from Mount Holly, and Collin O'Connor, a psychology major from McGehee. Colleges and universities competing in the tournament included UAM, Bossier Parish Community College, Jackson State University, Louisiana Tech, Mississippi College, Mississippi State, Middle Tennessee State, Stephen F. Austin State, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Southern Mississippi, Tennessee, and Union.
Dr. Denise Baldwin (seated, center), teacher education coordinator in the School of Education at the University of Arkansas at Monticello, recently presented with a group of undergraduate students at the 2017 Arkansas Reading Association State Conference in Little Rock. Baldwin and students in her K-6 Curriculum, Planning and Programs class made a joint presentation on cooperative team building. Pictured with Baldwin are (seated, left) Kristen Spencer of Grapevine and (right) Kylee Moseley of Bearden, both K-6 elementary education majors, and (standing, from left) Lydia Byrd of DeWitt, an education studies major, Emily Johnson of Hermitage, a K-6 elementary education major, Jabracie Leonard of Monticello, a teaching and learning major, Karrah Paschall of Monticello, a K-6 elementary education major, Taylor Wells of Hamburg, a teaching and learning major, Olivia Wooten of Monticello, an education studies major, and K-6 elementary education majors Amanda Moseley of Monticello, Charity Smith of Dumas and Madison Michels of Woodlawn. (Not pictured: Crystal Hembree of Houston, Tex., a health and physical education major.)
MONTICELLO, AR — Students at the University of Arkansas at Monticello facing unexpected financial hardships that could impact their ability to stay in school and graduate will now have access to one-time emergency financial aid through a newly created Student Success Fund. All revenue in the Student Success Fund comes from private donations made to the UAM Foundation Fund.