Engman leads high school students to Belize
Dr. James Engman, professor of biology at Henderson State, led an extensive marine biology workshop in June for nine high school students and two teachers. After a week of learning to sno...
Henderson says farewell to Fielding
After serving Henderson State for 19 years in various capacities ranging from graduate assistant to assistant vice president for student affairs and dean of students, Chad Fielding has left the uni...
Worth reaches milestone in baseball research
Dr. Fred Worth, professor of mathematics at Henderson State, is an avid baseball researcher who often focuses on statistical topics. But his main interest is documenting the bur...
Claar to give conference keynote
Dr. Victor V. Claar, professor of economics at Henderson State University, will give the closing keynote address at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute's Colorado Leadership Conference Aug. ...
Claar to serve on Federal Reserve advisory board
Dr. Victor Claar, professor of economics at Henderson State University, has been selected to serve on the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Little Rock Branch, Educator Advisory Board.
Henderson staff honored for years of service
Staff employees at Henderson State University were honored for years of service during a luncheon and awards ceremony held May 24.
Dorothy Newborn, a fiscal support technician for the business offi...
Henderson dean runs Boston Marathon
Dr. John Hardee, dean of Henderson State’s Ellis College of Arts and Sciences, ran the Boston Marathon in April. It was the second time Hardee has participated in the world’s ol...
McDonald retiring after 26 years at HSU
Dr. Lonnie McDonald, distinguished professor of curriculum and instruction, is retiring after 26 years of service at Henderson State. McDonald was honored at a reception April 27 where Dr. Judy Har...
Horn elected counselor for Arkansas AAFCS
Dana Horn, assistant professor of family and consumer sciences at Henderson State University and director of the Davis-Baker Preschool, has been elected counselor for the Arkansas affiliate of the ...
HSU faculty honored for years of service
Henderson State University honored faculty members for their years of service at a ceremony April 12 in the Garrison Center Banquet Room.
Dr. John Hardee, dean of Ellis College and professor of che...
Bass, Gibson honored at retirement reception
Dr. Herman "Doc" Gibson, professor of sociology, and Mitzi Bass, assistant professor of English, are both retiring after 21 years of service to Henderson State. They were honored ...
Kreckmann to serve on choral faculty in France
Dr. Andrew Kreckmann, director of choral activities and assistant professor of choral conducting and music education at Henderson State University, will serve on the conducting faculty for Universi...
Gilpin's scenic design selected for exhibit
Douglas Gilpin’s scenic design for Other Desert Cities was selected for the 2016 USITT Design Expo Exhibition, a biennial juried design exhibition.
The exhibition is part of the national ...
Boswell serving as association president
Dr. Angela Boswell, professor of history and associate dean of Matt Locke Ellis College of Arts and Sciences at Henderson, is serving as president of the Southern Association for Women Historians.
Strause to exhibit works in North Little Rock
Recent works by Katherine Strause, associate professor and chair of Henderson State’s Department of Art, will be on display March 18-April 9 at the Argenta Gallery in North Little Rock.
Discussion panel based on Khan's book
The Arkansas Political Science Association is organizing a panel based on a book written by Dr. Haroon Khan, professor of political science and public administration at Henderson State. The
Williamson co-authors third book
Dr. Paul Williamson, professor of psychology at Henderson State University, has co-authored a book about spiritual transformation that will be released this month.
Psychology and Spiritual Transfor...
Retirement reception honors Yehl
Bob Yehl, director of Henderson State's Huie Library, is retiring after 30 years of service to the university. Yehl was honored at an English tea reception Dec. 9 in the library's Greene ...
Warren to attend Innovation Lab in Japan
David Warren, associate professor of art at Henderson State University, is one of six international printmakers chosen to attend an artist-in-residence program at the Mokuhanga Innovation Lab in Ja...
School of Business honors Dawkins
Serving as dean of Henderson State University’s School of Business has become a familiar task for Dr. Louis Dawkins. He was appointed to fill the vacant dean’s post this summer,...
International radio program interviews Rigsby
Dr. Malcolm Rigsby, associate professor of sociology at Henderson State, was interviewed Nov. 5 on the international radio program Prison Focus hosted by KPOO Radio in San Francisco.
The 30-minute ...
Professors' book outlines comics creation
A collaboration between three Henderson State University professors has produced a book outlining the steps to creating a graphic nonfiction story.
Dr. Randy Duncan, Michael Ray Taylor, and David S...
Play therapy association honors Hudspeth
Dr. Franc Hudspeth, chair and assistant professor of counselor education at Henderson State University, was awarded the National Service Award by the National Association for Play Therapy (APT). Th...
Worth's book combines math, baseball
Dr. Fred Worth, professor of mathematics at Henderson State University, has combined his profession and his passion for baseball to write and publish College Mathematics Through Baseball.
The new b...
Whelchel completes second ironman triathlon
Penny Whelchel, assistant professor of family and consumer sciences and director of dietetics specialization at Henderson State, completed her second Ironman Triathlon Oct. 17 in Wilmington, N.C.,...
Kneebone to serve at health and safety summit
Henderson State University General Counsel Elaine Kneebone has been invited to serve at the NCAA Division II Health and Safety Summit in Indianapolis, Indiana. Kneebone is a 1997 Henderson State Un...
Art professor wins top award at exhibition
David Warren, associate professor of art at Henderson State, was awarded Best of Show at the 2015 Irene Rosenzweig Biennial Juried Exhibition in Pine Pine Bluff for his linocut entitled Voyage.
Langley to speak at lecture series
Dr. Travis Langley, professor of psychology at Henderson State, will speak to an audience from the Arkansas School for Mathematics and Science in Hot Springs Dec. 10 as a ASMSA guest presenter for ...
Harris receives 'Life Toucher' award
Wanda Harris, education specialist and counselor for Student Support Services at Henderson State, has been selected by Teen Promise Inc. as a "Life Toucher." The award honors Harris'...
Professor has book published
A book by Dr. Haroon A. Khan, professor of political science and public administration at Henderson State University, has been published and is available for sale. Khan said The Idea of Good Govern...
Henderson welcomes new faculty
Henderson State University welcomed 16 new faculty members for the 2015 fall term, which began Aug. 24.
The new faculty includes:
• Dr. Andrew Kreckmann, interim director of choral activi...
Kreckmann named interim director of choral activities
Andrew Kreckmann has joined Henderson State University as Interim Director of Choral Studies.
Before joining Henderson State, Kreckmann served as Interim Director of Choral Studies at Wayne State U...
Argo joins HSU as social media strategist
Jordan Argo has joined the marketing and communications team at Henderson State University as social media strategist. Argo will use Henderson’s social media channels to help enhance the ...
Claar to speak at Hot Springs Rotary July 15
Dr. Victor Claar, professor of economics at Henderson State University, will be the guest speaker July 15 for the Hot Springs National Park Rotary Club meeting at the Arlington Hotel.
Claar is the ...
Zarzosa presents research in Fayetteville
Business professor Dr. Jennifer Zarzosa presented her research, "Pastiche as a Creative Process in Mashup Music" at the Consumer Culture Theory Conference at the University of Arkansas Fa...
Leible honored as Employee of the Year
Allen Leible has managed Henderson State University’s Simonson Biological Field Station since it opened in 2011. His efforts to develop the station into a dynamic research facility have e...
Leible named employee of the year
Allen Leible, field station manager for Henderson State University’s Simonson Biological Field Station, has been named the university's 2015 Employee of the Year. Representatives fro...
Staff recognized for earning degrees
Henderson State University’s Staff Senate honored 10 staff members who recently earned their graduate or undergraduate degrees. They were recognized at an awards luncheon May 12.
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Staff employees at Henderson State University were honored for years of service during a luncheon and awards ceremony held May 12.
Mike Beggs, a skilled tradesman for the physical p...
Riley joins recreation magazine advisory board
Dr. Kevin Riley, assistant professor of recreation at Henderson State, has joined the advisory board for Parks & Recreation Magazine. He will attend a board launch meeting May 19-20 in Chicago....
Nelson takes helm of HSU McNair program
Dr. Shaneá Morrison Nelson has been named assistant director of the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Scholars Program at Henderson State University. Nelson was a McNair scholar during he...
Endowment honors HSU professor Dr. John Graves
An endowment honoring Dr. John Graves, professor of history and chair of the social sciences department at Henderson State University, has been established by an anonymous donor.
Entitled the John ...
Four professors appointed to Honors Faculty
Four Henderson faculty members have been appointed to three-year terms as members of the Henderson Honors Faculty. The recommendations were made by the HSU Honors Committee.
The appointees are:
Faculty honored for years of service
Henderson State University honored faculty members for their years of service at a ceremony April 16 in the Garrison Center Banquet Room.
Dr. Wayne McGinnis, professor of English, and Dr. David Tho...
Nelson takes helm of HSU McNair program
Dr. Shanea Nelson has been named assistant director of Henderson State's McNair Scholars Program. Nelson was a McNair scholar during her undergraduate studies at the University of Louisiana-La...
Rockefeller endowment honors HSU professor
The Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation in Little Rock has established a permanent endowment honoring Dr. John Graves, professor of history and chair of the social sciences department at Henderson Stat...
Families of faculty, staff enjoy egg hunt
Gamma Beta Phi hosted an Easter Egg hunt for the families of Henderson State faculty and staff April 3 on the south lawn. Children also enjoyed games, sidewalk chalk, and having their picture taken...
Halpern prepares his final lecture before retirement
After 25 years of service to Henderson State University, Dr. Martin Halpern, professor of history, will deliver his final lecture - Reflections on Twenty-Five Years of Personal and Political Histor...
Henshaw receives theatre teaching award
William Henshaw, professor of theatre arts at Henderson State, was presented the 2015 Oscar G. Brockett Teaching Award by the United States Institute for Theatre Technology-Southwest Region. Hensha...
Langley discusses Batman on Newsmax TV
Dr. Travis Langley, professor of psychology at Henderson State, was interviewed March 30 on Newsmax TV's Midpoint program as part of a discussion about Batman. Langley is the author of the boo...
Registrar Tom Gattin retires after 26 years
After 26 years of service to Henderson State as registrar, Tom Gattin has retired. He was honored at a reception on March 19 in Womack Hall.
Todd, Norman to speak at research colloquium
Dr. Steven Todd and Dr. Dever Norman will be the speakers for the next iteration of the Ellis College Research Colloquium at 12:30 p.m. March 31 in McBrien 205.
Todd, assistant professor of philoso...
Duncan named co-editor of comics studies series
Dr. Randy Duncan, professor of communication at Henderson State, has been named co-editor, along with Matthew J. Smith, of the Routledge Advances in Comics Studies Series.
The series will promote o...
Hamilton receives scholarship for event
Nikol Hamilton, lecturer of nursing at Henderson State University, has received a scholarship to attend the Call on Congress this month in Washington D.C. as a representative of Fight Colorectal Ca...
HSU's Langley interviewed by MTV
Dr. Travis Langley, professor of psychology at Henderson State University, was recently interviewed by MTV where he provided insight into the popular television series The Walking Dead. Langley, au...
Hardee to help lead asphalt study
The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department has awarded $213,208 for a two-year collaborative project to research the performance of asphalts modified with polyphosphoric acid. Dr. John Hard...
Business professors publish in journal
Henderson School of Business professors Victor Claar and Lonnie Jackson recently published, “Are Servant Leaders Born or Made?” in the first edition of the new academic journal,...
Faculty, staff book signing Feb. 17
Several faculty and staff at Henderson State University are authors who have published books about their interests and expertise. From the psychology of Batman and the history of comics, to America...
Batman documentary includes segment filmed at HSU
A documentary film now available on Netflix includes a segment featuring Henderson State University professors and students. Legends of the Knight tells the true stories of indivi...