Ouachita Baptist University seniors Kolby Harper, a Spanish and political science double-major from Gurdon, Ark., and Amy York, a musical theatre major from Dallas, Texas, were both awarded the highly competitive Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships by Rotary International District 6170, on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Dr. Michael Reynolds, professor of kinesiology and leisure studies at Ouachita Baptist University, was selected this year by the Student Conservation Association to lead a high school backcountry crew.
Ouachita Baptist University’s Verser Theater will host North Little Rock artist Lynnette Cox in an exhibit, “Lynnette Cox: Selections from the Age of Wonder and American South Screen Door Series.”
Initial fall enrollment figures for Ouachita Baptist University reflect a significant increase of 4 percent over last year’s enrollment.
The division of music in Ouachita Baptist University’s School of Fine Arts will host “I Do, I Do,” a faculty musical theatre recital with a marriage theme, on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the McBeth Recital Hall of Mabee Fine Arts Center.
Ouachita Baptist University has been named the No. 1 Baccalaureate College in the South for 2009 by U.S. News & World Report. Ouachita also was named the No. 1 “Great Schools, Great Prices” Baccalaureate College in the South in the annual ranking.