"I tell my friends and family constantly that I am so glad I chose (Henderson's) nursing program because the faculty and staff are absolutely amazing and caring. It feels like family here."
The receptions will be held February 19 and 20 from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Donor Room at Carpenter-Haygood Stadium. Reddie faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends are invited.
The work is funded by an $850,000 grant from the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council (ANCRC), which prioritizes “projects that protect and maintain state-owned natural areas, historic sites, and outdoor recreation.”
The book, co-authored by Dr. Sarah Demmrich, offers a critical analysis of the massive psychological research on religious fundamentalism that has gathered over the past century.
"The education I earned at Henderson (and the professors who made me work to earn it) made me a well-rounded global citizen, fostered my intellectual curiosity, and showed me the importance of being a life-long learner."
"I decided to get a music minor to fill my second semester with classes. I ended up loving all my music classes and understood what was going on, so I decided to major in music education."
The program features student musicians selected from auditions in November. The concert is free and open to the public.
Felicity Frushour, a junior pre-nursing major from Texarkana, Texas, was named first runner-up, and McKenzie Sanders, a sophomore biology pre-med major from Little Rock, was second runner-up.
"A lifelong passion for all things aviation led me to pursue becoming a professional pilot. Henderson is the only school in Arkansas to offer this unique and prestigious aviation degree."
"I have 18 years of aviation experience split between being a student, being a professional pilot, working in aviation management, and being an instructor. Out of all of these, providing quality instruction to students has proven to be the most fulfilling thing I have had the opportunity to do."
To be named to the Chancellor’s List, a student must have achieved a 4.0 grade point average for the entire semester. To make the Honor Roll, a student must have received at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester.
"Henderson State University has a great and long-standing reputation in preparing students to be successful classroom teachers, building and district level administrators."
"As the years have gone by, I have loved my time here at Henderson, and I have gotten to be a part of so many events and campus activities. I am so grateful that I chose Henderson to be my home away from home."
Henderson State "is one of only a handful of universities in the country to offer such a robust and innovative (digital media) program, and the school's smaller size allows for a lot of hands-on learning opportunities."
"We have opportunities and access to the latest technology similar to other, larger colleges in the state. With the skills and degree you can get in Digital Media Production, you can just about move anywhere or stay close to home and find fulfilling work."