Terry Alexander has been appointed to the board of directors of the University of Arkansas at Monticello Foundation Fund.
In 1980, Alexander became the first African American to graduate from the UAM School of Forestry, earning a Bachelor of Science in natural resource management.
James W. Carr, president and chairman of Highland Home Holdings in Searcy, has been reappointed to the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Richard Moss has been named dean of the University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College School of Fine Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences in North Little Rock.
Moss has served as UA-PTC’s director of STEM success since 2015.
Ted Song, chief diversity officer and associate professor of engineering at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, has been selected as a Leading with Excellence award honoree by the Black Action Collective.
Song was recognized as the winner of the Dr. David & Pattie Williams Ally Award, an award that recognizes the work to uplift and build a better future for African American and underserved communities.
Jon Zawislak has been appointed assistant professor of apiculture and urban entomology and extension specialist at the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture in Little Rock.
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