Henderson State University has been named the “Most Affordable College” in Arkansas. The ranking was determined by GOBankingRates, which analyzed “colleges across a variety of factors, including in-state tuition and fees, as well as room and board.” Approximately 95 percent of Henderson students receive grant or scholarship aid, and academic scholarships are available based on high school grade point average.
Henderson State University Chancellor Chuck Ambrose has announced plans to step aside, effective Sept. 15. A search process will begin soon.
The Office of Academic Success will include four academic programs: Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Applied Professional Science and Technology; Health, Education, and Social Sustainability; and Arts and Humanities.
As the Senior Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Officer for Henderson, Laird will serve on the university’s Strategic Leadership Team and report to the Chief Learning Officer/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
Boswell joins an esteemed group of historians who have shown a special aptitude for historical investigation through distinguished published works or other exemplary scholarly activity.
Dr. Edward Akoto and Dr. Eunice Akoto were awarded a cohort fellowship by CADFP and traveled to Ghana in May where they helped develop a curriculum for a Ph.D. program in management.
Dr. Michael Taylor has explored caves in the southern United States for 35 years and written about his adventures for The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Houston Chronicle, Wired, National Geographic, and many other print and digital publications.