Tagged: University Of Arkansas At Monticello

UA Waste Fighters Spin Sawdust Into Gold

UA Waste Fighters Spin Sawdust Into Gold

Cover Story

The increasing popularity of cross-laminated timber as a building material has an Arkansas professor working on ways to transform a waste byproduct of CLT production into a construction material itself. read more >

College Funding Formula Makes Outcomes Key to Money

College Funding Formula Makes Outcomes Key to Money

Cover Story

The financial impact of the new outcomes-based state funding formula on individual Arkansas universities and colleges has been a mixed bag, but the program is having the desired effect, and overall funding has increased. read more >

UA Turns to Wood In Building Projects

UA Turns to Wood In Building Projects

Technology & Telecom

Building with cross-laminated timber panels is changing the major elements of the construction industry – with southern Arkansas standing to gain if the process becomes more popular. read more >

Workable Job Training (Editorial)

Workable Job Training (Editorial)

Opinion

As a state's problems go, low unemployment is a good one to have, but it does spell difficulty for Arkansas employers, particularly those seeking highly skilled workers. read more >

UAM, UAMS Announce New Pre-Pharmacy Transfer Program

UAM, UAMS Announce New Pre-Pharmacy Transfer Program

Health Care

The University of Arkansas at Monticello announces the Rural Health Early Admissions Program, which will offer pre-pharmacy students the opportunity to transfer early to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences' College of Pharmacy. read more >

Donald Bobbitt Wants Karla Hughes as UAM Chancellor

Donald Bobbitt Wants Karla Hughes as UAM Chancellor

University of Arkansas System President Donald Bobbitt announced Friday that he will recommend Karla Hughes, Ph.D., to the Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas System as chancellor of the University of Arkansas at Monticello. read more >

Getting The Bugs Out Of Hardwood’s Comeback

Getting The Bugs Out Of Hardwood’s Comeback

Arkansas Ag Business

After historically low prices kept loggers from removing hardwoods from Arkansas forests for many years, something of a hardwood rebirth began recently. However, at least one timber expert has predicted that market pressures may reverse that trend soon. A significant threat to the industry, however, is an old one — insect infestation. read more >