University News

  • A Day at the Lake for Students

    Tech students will have the chance to explore area recreational opportunities Saturday. Beginning at 11 a.m. shuttles will take students to Lake Dardanelle for an afternoon of food, sand volleyball, swimming and more. The shuttles are free for students to utilize and will run through 2 p.m. Throughout Welcome Week, students are encouraged to post […]

  • Fight On Festival Set for Saturday

    Arkansas Tech University students will be able to enjoy a free concert to culminate the end of Welcome Week festivities. Josh Abbott Band, Whiskey Myers and Backroad Anthem will perform Saturday evening as part of the first Fight On Music Festival. The concert will begin at 8 p.m. at Centennial Plaza, which is located adjacent […]

  • Mudrinich Displays Artwork Across Arkansas

    David Mudrinich, professor of art at Arkansas Tech University, will present two solo exhibitions of his work during the fall 2015 semester. His exhibit, which is entitled “Within the Landscape,” will appear in the Stephens Gallery at the Walton Fine Arts Building at the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville Sept. 2-25. A reception is […]

  • Tech Memorializes Alumnus Lost in Vietnam

    Jane Cartwright Bristow and Betty Cartwright Lancaster sat front and center at the Pope County Fairgrounds on Thursday evening as Arkansas Tech University remembered their brother, Capt. Jimmy Cartwright. A 1960 graduate of Arkansas Tech, Capt. Cartwright died on June 23, 1964, when his plane was shot down by hostile fire in Vietnam. He was […]

  • Friday Fun for Students

    Arkansas Tech University students will enjoy the have several opportunities to enjoy connecting to campus on Friday. The Arkansas Tech Office of Diversity and Inclusion will offer a kickoff event from 5-8 p.m. The event will include food, fellowship, prizes and a chance to learn about opportunities to connect. The Student Activities Board will host […]