Horton was the the first African American to receive a degree from Henderson State. His portrait, painted by Ed Martin, will be displayed in Henderson State's Garrison Center.
For those who participate, the state Division of Elementary and Secondary Education will pay tuition fees for up to 15 graduate school credit hours needed to obtain the endorsement, as well as licensure assessment fees.
Henderson students recognized for their creative and academic accomplishments.
Teachers College, Henderson has received three separate grants from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to fund institutes and academies this summer in ESOL, Special Education Resource, and Online Teaching. Each of these academies culminates in the completion of ...
Regine Skelton, Forester, State of AR Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Forestry, and assistants, visited with Dr. Martin's Widerness Policy Management class yesterday. "Special Guest" with Tiara Burgess
Scogin graduated from Henderson State in 1989 with a degree in physical education and health (kinesiology) and coaching with a minor in history. She also holds a Masters in Educational Leadership K-12. Scogin lives in Montgomery, Alabama.
The summer workshop in June is a week-long studio experience for students 13-18. Participants will engage virtually in a variety of studio art activities culminating with an online exhibit.
Two events will be held simultaneously in separate locations to follow COVID-19 protocol.
Outdoor performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. on the front steps of Arkansas Hall. Social distancing will be observed and masks are required.
Dr. Maria Markham, a two-time graduate of Henderson State, is director of the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.
The Master of Science in Teacher Leadership is based on a previous degree, but the core courses have been enhanced based on feedback from school district partners. “This updated degree gives those with leadership aspirations a path to advance into teacher leadership roles,” said Dr. Celya Taylor, dean of Teachers College Henderson. “Teachers can expand their leadership potential beyond the classroom while maintaining their instructional impact and student connections within their own classrooms.” The teacher leadership degree is built around an updated online core of 18 hours that can be used to obtain the instructional facilitator licensure endorsement and teacher leadership licensure designation. The remainder of the 30-36 hour degree includes an emphasis area selected by the teacher. Providing even greater flexibility, the degree plan allows teachers to select an interdisciplinary option and create their own emphasis area based upon their leadership goals. For more information about all the degrees offered in the Department of Advanced Instructional Studies and Special Education, go to hsu.edu/teacher-leadership, or contact Dr. Charlotte Wright, department chair, at email@example.com. Registration begins in April for summer and fall courses.
Henderson's MBA program has added new concentrations in aviation management, data science, and engineering management. A revised graduate degree in teacher leadership was also approved.
The newlyweds, who met at Henderson, now live in Atlanta, Georgia. Ralph is a financial advisor with Edward Jones Investments, and Alexis is a nurse in the emergency department at Emory University Hospital.
Three performances are scheduled Feb. 25-27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Arkansas Hall Auditorium. Admission is free, but reservations are required.
The annual program features student soloists who were selected as winners of a competition held in November.