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Engineering and STEM | Bachelor's Degree
Arkansas Tech University is a leader in STEM education in the Natural State. We offer nationally-accredited programs in emergency management, business data analytics, nursing and mechanical and electrical engineering. Newer STEM programs include an electrical engineering biomedical option and degrees in cybersecurity.
Dr. Robin Lasey, associate professor of chemistry and interim head of the Arkansas Tech University Department of Physical Sciences, has been named director of the ATU Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL). A member of the Tech faculty since 2004, Lasey holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Missouri University of Science […]
Arkansas Tech University student Jayson Simmons was among 100 students from across the United States invited to attend the 2018 National Prayer Breakfast, which was hosted by the U.S. Congress in Washington, D.C., Feb. 7-11. A junior emergency management major from Little Rock, Simmons participated in two days of activities in Washington before joining his […]
Arkansas Tech University will host its 2018 Women’s Week March 5-8 in conjunction with the 2018 International Women’s Day celebration. ATU Women’s Week 2018 will culminate with its annual Women’s Leadership Conference, which is scheduled for Thursday, March 8. For more information about ATU Women’s Week 2018, call (479) 968-0280 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Below […]
As the federally-funded Student Support Services (SSS) TRIO program celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018, Arkansas Tech University student Malik Oliver can sum up what the initiative means to him in one word. “It’s like a family,” said Oliver, a senior hospitality administration major from Russellville. “You know the people who are in here, and […]
Students at Arkansas Tech University will re-tell one of Western civilization’s most well-known stories when they stage a theatrical production of William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” March 8-11. Performances will be offered in ATU’s Techionery Theatre, 1502 N. El Paso Ave. in Russellville, nightly at 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 8, Friday, March 9, and […]