MONTICELLO, AR — The debate team at the University of Arkansas at Monticello completed the 2016-17 season by winning the season-long varsity debate national championship presented by the International Public Debate Association.
MONTICELLO, AR — Cody Bijou's recent research into the recruiting methods of the terrorist organization ISIS earned the University of Arkansas at Monticello senior a trip to Germany. Bijou presented the results of his research to an international political and economic forum hosted by the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin, Germany, March 9-11.
MONTICELLO, AR — Agricultural policy students in the University of Arkansas at Monticello School of Agriculture got a first-hand look at a regular session of the Arkansas General Assembly during a tour of the State Capitol in Little Rock last week.
These students from the School of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University of Arkansas at Monticello led UAM to a third place finish at the 60th annual Association of Southern Forestry Clubs Conclave, a competition of technical and physical forestry skills hosted recently by Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Tex. UAM finished behind Stephen F. Austin and Clemson University in the overall team competition which featured students from 13 southern forestry schools. Pictured from left are (first row) Caleb Wilson of Elwood, Neb. (third in men's crosscut and log roll), Phillip Duncan of White Hall (third in log roll), Tyler Raines of Warren (third in dendrology), Taylor Gydesen of Blue Hill, Neb. (third in women's crosscut), Mikaela Farmer of Randolph Center, Vt. (third in women's crosscut), (second row) Kameron Skinner of Hartsville, S.C., Greg Craig of Mena (second in chain throw and pole climb), Justin Ballard of Camden (third in men's crosscut and UAM's participant in the Stihl Timbersports competition), Tyler Daniell of Arkadelphia (second in chain throw), Tyler King of Arkansas City, Hunter Helms of Pine Bluff, and Sam May of Malvern (first in axe throw and second in knife throw).
MONTICELLO, AR — The concert and symphonic bands at the University of Arkansas at Monticello will present a joint concert April 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center. Admission is free and open to the public.
MONTICELLO, AR — An exhibition of paintings, ceramics and drawings by senior art students Sarah Albritton, Sarah Gustafson and Jordan Hickam, all of Monticello, will be on display April 6-13 in the Glassblock Gallery of the Taylor Library and Technology Center at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.
MONTICELLO, AR — Three University of Arkansas at Monticello students have been selected as program presenters during the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society annual convention in Louisville, Ky., April 6-8. Cody Bijou of Crosby, Tex., Reagan Dobbs of Dayton, Tex., and Bronte Pearson of Monticello will present original research as part of a convention that highlights student research and creative presentations from across the nation.
MONTICELLO, Ark. — More than 250 rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from 14 colleges and universities will compete at the 11th annual Boll Weevil Stampede hosted by the University of Arkansas at Monticello March 30 through April 1.
MONTICELLO, AR — Gauge Adkins of Vilonia won the junior varsity speaking championship to lead the University of Arkansas at Monticello debate team to the overall sweepstakes championship of the University of Central Arkansas Debate Tournament in Conway last week.
Melissa Wheeldon (seated, left) of Heber Springs and Morgan Diles (seated, right) of Texarkana, Tex., were recently chosen to represent the University of Arkansas at Monticello at the 34th annual Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors' Conference in New Orleans. Wheedon and Diles, both senior social work majors, presented a poster outlining their research on understanding the benefits of service dogs for individuals with autism. The students also met with representatives from social work graduate schools while hearing presentations on a wide range of topics, including teaching and administering social work programs, field education, global social work, advocacy, and connecting classroom education to community practice. Also pictured are (standing, from left) Marie Jenkins, director of field education for the UAM social work program, Dana Williams, assistant professor, and Andre Lewis, program director.