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UAPB junior finds educational, spiritual inspiration during study abroad program in Ghana

Will Hehemann | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences After spending a month studying abroad in West Africa, a University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff junior says education abroad is transformational and recommends international programs to other students. Salonica Hunter, a mass communications major, who recently returned from a program in Ghana, said the experience was both…

Cutline for photo: Rose Pridgeon Vaughan (far left) presented a $1,000 check to UAPB Chancellor Dr. Laurence B. Alexander (second from left) to benefit the David Vaughan Performing Arts Scholarship. She is accompanied by her daughter, Kellie Vaughan Noble, and husband, Edward Earl Vaughan (far right). The scholarship is awarded each year to a black male at UAPB majoring in theater. Photo by Tisha D. Arnold

Vaughan family gives $1,000 to performing arts scholarship

The family of the late David Vaughan, a former University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) student, presented a check to the institution for $1,000 to benefit the David Vaughan Performing Arts Scholarship. Vaughan’s unfortunate death on October 2, 2003 halted a promising career in theatre arts. According to his mother Rose Pridgeon Vaughan, he always loved…

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Getting to Know SAFHS: Meet L. Kaye Crippen

The successes of the UAPB School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences are largely due to its dedicated employees who are passionate about their work. Our “Getting to Know SAFHS” series highlights some of our talented faculty and staff and lets you know a little more about them. What is your job role at UAPB?…

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UAPB sophomore uses technology, textiles to bring theatrical costumes to life

Will Hehemann | School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences Breanna Adkins, a sophomore majoring in merchandising, textiles and design (MTD) at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, recently gave her lion’s share of contributions to costume design for the theatrical production of “Drumming Through the Fables,” which premiered at the Arts and Science Center (ASC)…

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Getting to Know SAFHS: Meet John M. Proctor, Jr.

The successes of the UAPB School of Agriculture, Fisheries and Human Sciences are largely due to its dedicated employees who are passionate about their work. Our “Getting to Know SAFHS” series highlights some of our talented faculty and staff and lets you know a little more about them. What is your job role at UAPB?…