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Black River Technical College in collaboration with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) will host Holocaust survivor Martin Weiss for three presentations October 29-30. Weiss will be speaking at 9:30 a.m. both Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, and 7:00 p.m. Tuesday evening. All presentations will be held in the Randolph County Development Center auditorium on […]
A total of $7,800 in scholarships has been awarded to 16 students through the Mary Sallee Single Parent Scholarship (MSSPS) fund for the Fall 2013 semester. Valorie Anderson and Leah Miller of Imboden, Emily Anderson, Melaina Bailey, Brandi Beckman, Angela Emmitt, Verrandah Flanigan, Brittany Madden, Mary Richardson, Stephanie Searcy, Amy Thielemier, Megan Walls, and Lacy […]
Officials at Black River Technical College received approval last week of a low-interest $9.5 million loan from the USDA’s Office of Rural Development to fund construction of a major new Health Science Complex on the Pocahontas campus. The new facility will house the college’s Nursing, Phlebotomy, and Science programs, offering additional space for expansion of […]
Inside this Issue: Holocaust Survivor Presentations Held October 29-30 at BRTC BRTC Loan for Science Complex Approved Dietetics Club to Host “Fight for the Cure” Fundraiser ASU Choral Music Director Visits BRTC Choral Department Randolph Home Scholarship Awarded MSSPS Awarded to 16 Campus Commentary Download Volume 11, Issue 14 of The River’s Edge
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The Department of Human Resources at BRTC has announced additional new employees and position changes for the fall semester. Amanda Dobbs of Evening Shade is serving as Interim Coordinator of Student Affairs on the Paragould Campus. She is a 1995 graduate of River Valley High School and received a BSE in English from Williams Baptist […]
Muslim Journeys: American Stories, the second in a series of seminars under the Bridging Cultures Bookshelf Collection, will be presented at the Eddie Mae Herron Center Tuesday, October 22, at 6 p.m. “This program will focus on the presence of Muslims in the United States from Colonial days to present times. American Muslims’ stories draw […]
The 20th Annual IBERIABANK/BRTC Foundation Golf Tournament, held September 27 at Rolling Hills Country Club in Pocahontas, raised over $40,000 to help fund BRTC student scholarships, according to Dina Hufstedler, Tournament Chair. This is the largest fundraiser of the BRTC Foundation and the primary source of funding for Foundation scholarships. Each year, the tournament is […]
Inside this Issue: IBERIABANK/BRTC Foundation Golf Tournament Nets over $40,000 Muslim Journeys Program to Feature Islams in America New Employees and Position Changes Dietetics Department Attends Fall ANFP Expo Torch Demo Art Club Pumpkin Sale is Success From the President’s Desk Download Volume 11, Issue 13 of The River’s Edge