Trustees claim a lack of transparency about finances, enrollment as school faces serious questions following a leadership transition.
In this work, the research team demonstrated the first set of optically pumped GeSn edge-emitting lasers that covers an unprecedented broad wavelength range from 2 to 3 micron and higher efficiency than all previous reports.
The American Council on Education (ACE) recently announced Arkansas Baptist College among the 11 collegiate institutions invited to participate in the 2017 Internationalization Laboratory Cohort.
The Internationalization Laboratory is an invitational learning community of the American Council on Education (ACE) that assists participating colleges and universities to achieve comprehensive internationalization.
Five public and private historically black colleges and universities will work to recruit and train black males to serve as secondary teachers in underserved cities and towns, thanks in part to a three-year, $1.5 million grant awarded by the W.K.
Former NBA first-round pick and all-American collegian Todd Day was last week named as the new head coach of Philander Smith College’s men’s basketball team.
Day, who led the University of Arkansas Razorbacks to a Final Four appearance and became the team’s all-time leading scorer, comes to Little Rock after coaching stints in Amateur Athetic Union leagues, and high schools in his native Memphis.
Arkansas Baptist College President Fitz Hill will resign this fall after ten years at the helm of the private black college in Little Rock. Hill, who had four years remaining on his contract, will assume control of the university’s foundation, and leaves with the full support of the school’s board of trustees.