The 21st Annual IBERIABANK/BRTC Foundation Golf Tournament will be held Friday, October 3, at the Rolling Hills Country Club in Pocahontas. The tournament is a major source of scholarship funding for the Foundation with nearly 100% of the proceeds from the tournament providing scholarships to BRTC students, according to Dina Hufstedler, event coordinator. The event is supported […]
Interested in playing in this year’s golf tournament on October 3, 2014 at the Rolling Hill Country Club in Pocahontas, Arkansas? Contact us!
BRTC’s Serendipity program is scheduled to begin its 11th year with a luncheon on Friday, September 26, 11:30-1:00, in the conference room of the Business Technology Center, announced Patti Blaxton, Director of Corporate and Community Education, who plans and implements the program along with Dr. Jan Ziegler, presenter and BRTC Faculty Emeritus, and Jessica Bailey, […]
On August 15, Dr. Turner, BRTC President; Karen Liebhaber, Vice-President of Development; Cindy Robinette, adult education instructor and Reuben Rice descendent; and Jessica Bailey, REACH Project Specialist visited the Rice/Upshaw House and the Looney Tavern. This was Dr. Turner’s first visit to the restored structures.
Jonesboro residents Brenda Smith and her daughters Kristen Smith and Megan Smith are not only students on the Paragould campus this semester but are also pursing the same degree, the Associate of Science in Business. Even though she already has several hours toward her degree from ASU, Brenda wanted to finish her degree at BRTC […]
The Rice-Upshaw House and the William Looney Tavern in Dalton are now open to the public every Tuesday through October from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This is in addition to being open the second Saturday of each month from 9:00 a.m. to noon. There is an entrance fee of three dollars per person, which supports the upkeep of the […]
On August 5, Congressman Rick Crawford met with BRTC officials and community members on the Paragould campus of Black River Technical College. Congressman Crawford answered their questions about Pell grants, student loan repayment, and federal funding for 2- and 4-year faculty. Community members also expressed their appreciation to the congressman for BRTC and the Greene […]
The public, in addition to BRTC faculty and staff, will have an opportunity to meet the three finalists for the position of Vice President for Development at Black River Technical College during receptions to be held as part of the selection process. The receptions are scheduled for next week, July 28-30, 1:30-2:30 p.m. each day, […]
A committee consisting of faculty, staff, administrators and board members has chosen three finalists in the search for a Vice President for Development at BRTC. The three, according to Human Resources Assistant Amber Green, are Dina Hufstedler of Walnut Ridge, Karen Liebhaber of Pocahontas and Howard Moore, Jr. of Ripley, MS. Hufstedler is currently Director […]