English majors to present papers
Two Henderson State University English majors will present papers at the annual Sigma Tau Delta conference March 29 through April 1 in Louisville, Kentucky.
Bismarck native Emily Whitley will prese...
Gragg chosen for Vanderbilt research program
Quincy Gragg, a sophomore biology major from Malvern, has been selected to participate in the Aspirnaut Summer Research Program this summer at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
The paid, 10-wee...
Henderson releases list of winter graduates
Henderson State University held winter commencement ceremonies Friday, Dec. 16, with more than 230 undergraduate and graduate students receiving their degrees.
The ceremony for School of Business a...
SGA welcomes new senators
Henderson State University’s Student Government Association (SGA) recently swore in 16 new senators to serve as the voice of the student body.
Additional Senate seats were added after the...
Oracle editor attends conference
Emily Bell, editor-in-chief of Henderson State University’s student newspaper The Oracle, attended a conference for student editors this summer at the University of Georgia in Athens.
Dean's List, Honor Roll announced
Henderson State University announces the students listed on the Dean's List and Honor Roll for the Spring 2016 semester.
To be named to the Dean's List, a student must have achieved a 4.0...
Student to attend biomedical research program
A recent tour of Henderson State University’s Simonson Biological Field Station this spring by two distinguished alumni turned into a unique opportunity for biology major Hannah Deputy.
Stephens receives Chemical Society scholarship
Chelsea Stephens, a sophomore chemistry major at Henderson State University, has been awarded a $1,000 American Chemical Society (ACS) Scholars Program scholarship.
The ACS presents renewable schol...
Students recognized for their achievements
As the 2016 spring semester comes to a close at Henderson State, many highly-successful students will begin work on their post graduate degrees, while others will participate in prestigious summer ...
School of Business presents awards, scholarships
Henderson State University’s School of Business held its annual awards banquet and Hall of Fame induction on April 21. James Barnes, a Henderson graduate and founder of BBA Solu...
Aviation students to intern for corporations
Two Henderson State University aviation students have accepted internships with Arkansas corporations.
Jared Coleman, a senior professional pilot major from Hot Springs, will intern for Tyson Foods...
Student editors attend N.Y. Times workshop
Two Henderson State University students attended a New York Times Editors Workshop for college media editors April 8 in New York.
Ashley Smith, a junior communications major from Gillham, and Emily...
Emery wins Best of Show in student art competition
Joshua Emery of Hot Springs was awarded Best of Show for his oil on canvas entitled Iggy in the 2016 Student Competitive Art Exhibition at Henderson State University.
Franchesca Smith of Lillie, La...
Students attend Alley Scholars Summit
Six Henderson State University students attended the Fifth Annual Alley Scholars Summit at Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, Texas, March 4-5.
The minority business students heard distinguished...
Sullivan a finalist in trombone competition
Elijah Sullivan, a senior instrumental music education major at Henderson State University, is one of three finalists for the International Trombone Festival Alto Trombone Competition. He will comp...
Tai is Henderson's first string performance major
Ariya YeinHwa Tai, a freshman at Henderson State, is the university's first string performance major. She is pursuing a degree in both violin and piano performance.
Tai performed Mar...
Powell advances in woodwind competition
Rafael Powell, a senior saxophone performance major at Henderson State University, will compete Jan. 10 in the Music Teachers National Association Young Artist Woodwind division competition in Hous...
Dean's list, honor roll announced
Henderson State University announces the students listed on the Dean's List and Honor Roll for the Fall 2015 semester.
To be named to the Dean's List, a student must have achieved a 4.0 g...
Henderson announces fall graduates
Fall commencement ceremonies were held at Henderson State University Dec. 18 with more than 200 undergraduate and graduate students receiving their degrees. The ceremony for the School of Business...
Students receive aviation scholarships
Two Henderson State University aviation students were each awarded a $2,000 scholarship from the Arkansas Aviation Historical Society.
Robert Nix of Crossett and Jared Coleman of Hot Springs were h...
Business plan winners announced
Price Murphree’s concept of a store featuring products made by Arkansas artisans earned the Henderson junior first place and $4,000 in the annual BBA Solutions Business Plan Competition a...
Student awarded Claritas Investment Certificate
Montana Fuller, a Henderson State University student majoring in finance, has been awarded the Claritas Investment Certificate by the CFA Institute.
The Claritas Program provides an overview of the...
Merritt named Distinguished Military Graduate
A Henderson State University ROTC cadet has received one of the U.S. Army Cadet Command’s highest honors.
Kyle Merritt, a senior physics major, was named a Distinguished Military Graduate...
McNair Scholar attends research symposium
Henderson State University’s Summer Research Internship program gave senior Brian Cole a competitive edge as he prepares to pursue his Ph.D. in chemical engineering.
The chemistry major f...
Nunley to present senior art exhibit
Hailey Nunley, an art major at Henderson State University, will present her senior exhibit Sept. 28-Oct. 4 in Huie Library’s student gallery.
Entitled A Cup of Joy, the exhibit is an arti...
Spring dean's list, honor roll announced
Henderson State University announces the students listed on the dean's list and honor roll for the Spring 2015 semester.
To be named to the dean's list, a student must have achieved a 4.0...
2015 spring graduates announced
Spring commencement ceremonies were held at Henderson State University Friday, May 8, with approximately 450 undergraduate and graduate students receiving their degrees.
The ceremony for the School...
Wayland awarded NSF fellowship
Hunter Wayland, a chemistry major from Arkadelphia who just graduated from Henderson State University, has received the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. She will be attendi...
Watkins receives prestigious fellowship
Earlier this spring, Sara Watkins wasn't sure where she would be attending graduate school following commencement on May 8. She had won several awards for her academic performance while at He...
Honors College graduates receive medallions
Twenty-seven Honors College students who will graduate in May from Henderson State University were awarded medallions during a recent ceremony at the Capt. Henderson House. Dr. Steve Adkison, provo...
Biology major plans summer study in Saudi Arabia
When Itzela Cruz was a high school student in the Central American country of Panama, she dreamed of studying in the United States.
Three years ago, after Cruz was identified by a U.S. Embassy prog...
Student pianist wins performance showcase
Orlando Riveros, a senior piano performance major at Henderson State University, won first place in the Trinity Presents Collegiate Performance Showcase in Little Rock April 12. Riveros was one of ...
Student art competition winners announced
Houston Fryer of Hot Springs was awarded Best of Show for his oil on canvas painting in the 2015 Student Competitive Art Exhibition at Henderson State University.
Sean McGrath of Mundelein, Ill., r...
Cade to present senior art show April 16-21
Claire Cade of Beebe will present her senior art exhibition April 16-21 at Henderson State University’s Huie Library. Entitled Bemundolack, the exhibition will showcase Cade’s p...
Voice students make strong showing
Henderson State University voice students made a strong showing at the National Association of Teachers of Singing state conference and auditions. Fourteen students competed in 18 categories, with ...
Business plan winners announced
The team of Andrew Radillo of Willits, Calif., and Oscar Gonzalez of DeQueen are the winners of Henderson State University’s Fifth Annual Business Plan Competition. They won $4,000 for th...
Students attend Alley Scholars Summit
Seven Henderson State University students attended the Fourth Annual Alley Scholars Summit at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville Feb. 28. Minority students from three states heard distinguishe...
HSU grad student wins Milken Educator Award
A Henderson State University graduate student has been named the 2015 Arkansas winner of the Milken Educator Award.
Carman McBride, an environmental and spatial technology facilitator for grades 3-...
McIntyre helps out at Heifer Ranch
Summer break provides a myriad of opportunities for college students. Some continue to attend classes, while others return home to work or simply relax.
But Joshua McIntyre of Cabot, a senior diete...
Student places third at media competition
Chris Ingram, a senior mass media communication major from Little Rock, placed third recently in a national competition for college media students. Ingram received the award in the category of Best...
Henderson winter graduates listed
Winter commencement ceremonies were held at Henderson State University Friday, Dec. 19, with more than 220 undergraduate and graduate students receiving their degrees.
The ceremony for School of Bu...
Henderson announces dean's list, honor roll
Henderson State University announces the students listed on the dean’s list and honor roll for the fall 2014 semester.
To be named to the dean’s list, a student must have achiev...
HSU students awarded research grants
Two Henderson State University students and their professors have been awarded 2015 ASSET Initiative Undergraduate Research Internship Awards. The Arkansas Science and Technology Authority presente...
Student to visit school in Haiti named for uncle
Jenna Branchizio, a Henderson State University sophomore from San Antonio, plans to visit a special school in Haiti this summer that educates more than 600 vulnerable students in grades 1-8. The sc...
Students study in Chile
The opportunity to learn a foreign language in a country where that language is predominant has been a reality for several Henderson State University students.
Katie Smith, a Spanish/communications...