University News

  • Guest Speaker Brings Mental Health Message

    Ross Szabo will present an On Track program entitled “Behind Happy Faces” at the Doc Bryan Student Services Center Lecture Hall from 6-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Szabo is a mental health advocate, author and consultant. He was director of outreach for the National Mental Health Awareness Campaign from 2002-2010 and a member of […]

  • Watkins Earns Weekly GAC Baseball Award

    Arkansas Tech University’s Josh Watkins was named Great American Conference baseball player of the week on Monday, Feb. 8. Watkins, a senior outfielder from Hope Hull, Ala., went 8-for-14 with two runs batted in, four runs scored, two doubles and a triple to help the Wonder Boys take 2-of-3 games from Missouri Western State University […]

  • SGA Senate Applications Now Available

    Arkansas Tech University students interested in serving as Student Government Association senators on the Russellville campus during the spring 2016 semester may pick up and return a completed application this week. The applications are available in Doc Bryan Student Services Center suite 233. Completed applications, which include the signatures of 25 current Arkansas Tech students, […]

  • Tech Theatre Announces Spring Production

    Arkansas Tech University Theatre will present “The Body Project” as its spring 2016 production at Techionery Theatre Feb. 25-27. Performances will begin at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25, Friday, Feb. 26, and Saturday, Feb. 27. Tickets ($8 general admission, $5 students) will be available at the door and will not be sold in advance. […]

  • Drouin to Grace Miss Arkansas Stage

    Arkansas Tech University student McCartney Drouin is among those who will compete in the Miss Arkansas pageant this summer. Drouin, a Mountain View native, was crowned Miss Ozark Mountain over the weekend. Miss Arkansas is an official preliminary to the Miss America pageant. The Miss America Organization leads the country in providing scholarships to women. […]