Political Science Students Present Papers At Regional Conference

Courtesy of Media Services MONTICELLO — Six political science students at the University of Arkansas at Monticello recently presented original research papers to the annual conference of the Louisiana Political Science Association hosted by the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. Leslie Beard of Monticello, Jimmy ‘Tyler’ Harrison, Jessica Herrington and Sarah Phillips of Star City, Ashley Lawrence … Continue reading

Six Inducted Into Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society

Courtesy of Media Services MONTICELLO, Ark. — Six University of Arkansas at Monticello students have been inducted into the UAM chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society. The new members are Tasha Evans, a junior political science major from Almont, Mich., Tyler Harrison, a junior political science and history double major … Continue reading

Political Science Students Present Papers At State Conference

Courtesy of Media Services MONTICELLO — Political science students from the University of Arkansas at Monticello presented original research papers to the Arkansas Political Science Association’s annual national conference held recently at Harding University in Searcy.    Keynote speakers included Dr. Shawn Fisher, who spoke about the use of the U.S. National Guard in Little Rock … Continue reading

Political Science Students Present Papers At National Conference In New Orleans

Courtesy of Media Services   MONTICELLO — Seven political science students from the University of Arkansas at Monticello presented original research papers to the Southern Political Science Association’s annual national conference in New Orleans Jan. 9-11. The conference brought together professors and students specializing in the social sciences from around the world. UAM students presented … Continue reading

Students Present Research At National Conference

Courtesy of Media Services MONTICELLO — Five University of Arkansas at Monticello students recently braved a late spring snowstorm to present their original research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, held at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.    The UAM students who attended were Daniel Degges of Hamburg, a junior majoring in history and political … Continue reading

Students Present Papers At D.C. Conference

Courtesy of Media Services MONTICELLO— Students and faculty from the University of Arkansas at Monticello presented original research to scholars and popular culture enthusiasts from across the country at the annual Popular Culture/American Culture Conference in Washington D.C. in March.    Rejena Saulsberry, assistant professor of criminal justice, and Christopher Brown of Siloam Springs, a recent … Continue reading

Students Receive Alpha Chi Scholarships

Courtesy of Media Services MONTICELLO— Two University of Arkansas at Monticello students have received scholarships from Alpha Chi, the national collegiate honor society.    Kelly Reed of Bentonville, a senior political science and communication major, has been awarded the Alfred H. Nolle Scholarship for senior-year undergraduate study. The $1,500 award is named for Alfred Nolle, who … Continue reading

De Witt, Little Rock Students Present Papers At National Conferences

Courtesy of Media Services MONTICELLO — Reva Humphries of De Witt and Micah Perry of Little Rock, both students in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arkansas at Monticello, recently presented research papers to national conferences.    Perry, a senior political science and modern languages double major, presented her paper at two conferences … Continue reading

Student Government Association Swears In New Senators

By Susan Pruitt Senior Editor    The Student Government Association swore in new senators and elected a senate president pro-tempore Sept. 25 in the John F. Gibson University Center House Room.    Samantha Montgomery, president of the SGA, read the senator’s requirements before the senators took the oath of office.    Montgomery said, according to the SGA Constitution, … Continue reading

Political Science Students Present Papers At International Conference

Courtesy of Media Services MONTICELLO — Seven political science students at the University of Arkansas at Monticello participated in the International Conference on Law and Society, Socio-Legal Conversations Across a Sea of Islands, held in Honolulu, Hawaii June 5-8. The conference was held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and it brought together legal scholars and … Continue reading

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