University News

  • Donation Benefits New Program at Tech

    A new degree program at Arkansas Tech University has received a gift that will enable its students to work with professional-grade equipment in preparation for their careers. Dr. Mildred Diane Gleason, associate professor of history at Arkansas Tech, donated $100,000 to the Arkansas Tech Foundation in support of the institution’s Bachelor of Arts degree in […]

  • Bentonville Returns to Top of ATBI

    A strong August has pushed Bentonville back to the top of the Arkansas Tech Business Index, a project created by the Arkansas Tech University College of Business and sponsored by Arvest Bank. Bentonville finished August 2015 with an index rating of 107.98, an increase of 2.41 points over July 2015. It marks the third time […]

  • Arkansas Tech Prepares for Poinsettia Sale

    The Arkansas Tech University Department of Agriculture is getting in the holiday spirit, as the department hosts its annual poinsettia sale on Thursday, Dec. 3, and Friday, Dec. 4. The sale is taking place at the Arkansas Tech Greenhouses, which are located on the north end of campus, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Signs […]

  • Adams’ Big Night Helps Suns Top UNA

    Fatima Adams scored 33 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead nationally 15th-ranked Arkansas Tech University to an 87-65 non-conference women’s basketball win over the University of North Alabama at Tucker Coliseum in Russellville on Tuesday night. The senior All-American from Bryan, Texas, was 15-of-19 from the field. Nine of her 16 rebounds came on […]

  • Pettit Ready for New Challenge in AmeriCorps

    A desire to help others motivated Arkansas Tech University student Ashleigh Pettit from an early age. As she prepares to graduate with her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology at the end of the fall 2015 semester, the Mountain Home product is also preparing to pursue a new adventure with AmeriCorps, a federal program that […]