University News

  • Tech Seeks Applicants for Orientation Leaders

    Qualified Arkansas Tech University students who wish to make friends, become a better leader, learn more about their university and have fun are invited to apply to become an orientation leader during Go Bold new student orientation on the Russellville campus for the fall 2016 semester. Applications are available in Doc Bryan Student Services Center […]

  • Wonder Week 2016 Begins Monday

    Wonder Week 2016 is about to arrive. A series of events to bring the Arkansas Tech University community together begins on Monday, Feb. 15, and continues through Thursday, Feb. 18. The events are designed to build school spirit in advance of the annual Gold Rush basketball games, which are scheduled for the final night of […]

  • Tech Love Story: Guy & Hope

    Arkansas Tech graduate students Hope Russell and Guy Joubert met in the summer of 2014 as part of their work as graduate assistants. “Guy and I were asked to create hazing prevention education materials for the university (romantic, I know),” said Russell. “We worked on the project for a couple months, during which my fellow […]

  • Bowen Receives National Diversity Award

    Dr. Robin E. Bowen, president of Arkansas Tech University, is one of 27 administrators from around the United States selected for the 2016 Giving Back Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education. According to the magazine, recipients were selected based on their ÔÇťoutstanding demonstration of […]

  • New ATBI Ratings Show Economic Growth

    Fourteen of the 18 municipalities tracked by the Arkansas Tech Business Index (ATBI) saw their index ratings increase during November 2015. The biggest move forward was made by Conway, which increased its ATBI rating 1.9 points. Other cities with increases of one point or greater included Van Buren (+1.4 points), Pine Bluff (+1.33 points), El […]