Dr. Meredith Brunen, executive director for development at Northwest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville, has accepted a job offer at the University of West Florida, a four-year college in Pensacola.
For-profit higher education giant ITT Educational Services unexpectedly announced Tuesday (Sept. 6) it was ceasing operations nationwide, leaving thousands of students in Arkansas and across the U.S. in the lurch…
The gift will support the Northwest Arkansas Community Internal Medicine Residency Program, a partnership of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Mercy Health System Northwest Arkansas and Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks.
Springdale-based NanoMech Inc., a global leader in nano-lubricant manufacturing, announced Monday that former University of Arkansas Chancellor John White has become a significant investor in the company, as well as a member of its board of advisors.
Former Wal-Mart Stores Inc. executive Don Soderquist died Thursday morning from complications of heart surgery, according to a statement provided by the leadership development organization that was founded in his name. Soderquist was founding executive of Soderquist Leadership in Siloam Springs and a 2010 inductee into the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame.
University of Arkansas Chancellor Joseph Steinmetz talked about the role of the university and the Bumpers College in the states agricultural industry. He spoke Monday at the Arkansas Farm Bureaus 68th annual Officers and Leaders Conference at the Northwest Arkansas Convention Center in Springdale.