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Hendrix College President Ellis Arnold Announces Retirement

He's stepping away after more than 30 years in education. read more >
W. Ellis Arnold III
Education / Nonprofits

Hendrix College’s Tsutsui to Retire, Arnold to Take Over

Hendrix College of Conway says Bill Tsutsui will retire in December, ending a five-and-a-year run as the liberal arts college's president. read more >
Construction / Education / Nonprofits

Hendrix College Raises $2M to Make Goal for Mabee Grant

Hendrix College of Conway says it has reached its goal to meet a $1 million challenge grant from the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation of Tulsa. read more >
Conway boasts three residential campuses among its educational institutions. Hendrix Village near Hendrix College is shown here.

Colleges, Universities Play Vital Role In Conway’s Economic Success

Signs greeting motorists proudly proclaim Conway the “City of Colleges,” and its three residential campuses have played a major role in the growth and development of the wider community. read more >
Bill Tsutsui
Education

Conway College Presidents Talk Retention, Campus Changes

College presidents in Conway discussed the challenges facing higher education and changes coming to their respective schools on Tuesday at the first Outlook Conway conference, hosted by the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce. read more >
Dionne B. Jackson
Education

Hendrix College Creates Position to Focus on Diversity, Inclusion

Hendrix College education professor Dionne B. Jackson will become the college’s first vice president for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer beginning July 1. read more >
Construction / Education / Nonprofits

Hendrix Receives $1M for New Welcome Center

Hendrix College received a $1 million challenge grant from the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation of Tulsa and will use the money for the construction of the Mary Ann and David Dawkins Welcome Center at the northeast entrance to campus. read more >
The Student Life and Technology Center at Hendrix College in Conway.
Education

Hendrix College Offers New Scholarships After $26M Donation

Hendrix College will offer new scholarships to cover the full cost of attendance for Federal Pell Grant-eligible students from the Arkansas Commitment program, Little Rock Central High School, Little Rock Catholic High School for Boys, and Mount St. Mary Academy. read more >
Hendrix College President Bill Tsutsui announces a record donation to the college — $26 million from the estate of Mary Ann Dawkins of Little Rock, who died in December. He is accompanied on stage by David Knight, Chair of the Hendirx College Board of Trustees, and student Mimi Spjut, president of the Hendrix College Student Senate.
Education

Hendrix College Gets Its Biggest Donation, $26M from Mary Ann Dawkins

Hendrix College, the private, liberal arts college in Conway, on Wednesday announced a $26 million donation — the biggest in its history — from the estate of Mary Ann Dawkins of Little Rock, who died in December. read more >
Bill Tsutsui
Education

Hendrix College Inaugurates 11th President

Hendrix College has inaugurated its 11th president during a weekend ceremony on its campus in Conway. read more >
Education

Hendrix College Program to Meet Financial Need for Some Arkansas Students

Hendrix College has announced a new program, Hendrix Arkansas Advantage, that it says will meet 100 percent of the financial need to attend the college, beginning with qualifying Arkansas high school seniors enrolling in fall 2015. read more >
Bill Tsutsui
Education / Media & Marketing

Hendrix President Bill Tsutsui On Private Education, Raising National Profile

Bill Tsutsui was announced as president of Hendrix in November and assumed office in June. He also is a history professor and author or editor of eight books, including Manufacturing Ideology: Scientific Management in Twentieth-Century Japan and Godzilla on My Mind: Fifty Years of the King of Monsters. read more >