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The Next Generation of Women Entrepreneurs (Heather Albright and Matt De Luca Commentary)

The Next Generation of Women Entrepreneurs (Heather Albright and Matt De Luca Commentary)
La’Twana Scott, owner of Sweet Mama T’s restaurant in El Dorado, was a 911 dispatcher in town before “stepping out on faith” to open her own business.

The path is being paved for the next generation of female CEOs, but the decision to start your own company can still be difficult.
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Walton Foundation Gives $23.7M to UA

The Walton Family Charitable Support Foundation has given $23.7 million to the University of Arkansas' research and economic development infrastructure.
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OBU Gets $1M Donation, No Strings Attached

Ouachita Baptist University of Arkadelphia receives an unrestricted $1 million donation from an anonymous donor.
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Arkansas State's Terry Mohajir Added to College Football Committee

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UAMS Hires Michelle Gonzalez to Establish Nurse Program

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UAMS Names Schwanda Flowers Interim Dean of Pharmacy College

Schwanda Flowers has been named interim dean of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences' College of Pharmacy. read more >

A-State Alumnus Tiner Sets Up Scholarship Program

Dr. B.D. Tiner, an Arkansas State University alumnus who lives in San Antonio, Texas, is establishing an endowed scholarship program at his alma mater called the Hite and Glenda Tiner Memorial Scholarship Fund. read more >

Update: State Transportation Department Gives $1M to UA Civil Engineering Center

The University of Arkansas has received a $1 million grant from the Arkansas Department of Transportation to build a 37,400-SF Civil Engineering Research and Education Center. read more >

UA's Pryor Center Names William Schwab Executive Director

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Assault Claims Grow Costly for Colleges

A former student recently filed a federal lawsuit alleging Southern Arkansas University mishandled her sexual assault complaint. read more >

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