Inside this Issue: Respiratory Care Graduation Honors 19 Hankins Acknowledges Nursing Students Dietetics Attend FNCE Dr. Toney Funds Reading Corner for Adult Ed Germany Featured at Country Feast Jackson Elected ArkADE President Art Students Add Mural to Choir Room Robert Hendrix Joins BRTC From the President’s Desk Download Volume 11, Issue 16 of The River’s Edge
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Four individuals from BRTC were recognized at the 2013 Annual Conference of AATYC (Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges) held last month in Hot Springs. Those receiving awards were: Laddie Hunter, Outstanding Instructor; Trent Ingram, Outstanding Staff; Samantha (Mantha) Baltz, Outstanding Alum; and Jamie Weeks Tillman, Academic All-Star. Hunter and Ingram were selected by a vote […]
Speaking to an all-time record number of 55 graduates of the Law Enforcement Training Academy at BRTC during a ceremony November 15, former Congressman Asa Hutchinson acknowledged the important role law enforcement officials play in “everything we want to achieve in Arkansas.” The officers from around the state had just completed a 13-week program as […]
Martha Nelson of Pewaukee, Wisconsin, has accepted the position of Vice President for Student Affairs at Black River Technical College, according to President Dr. Wayne Hatcher. She is one of three candidates invited earlier this fall for a campus visit and interview for the position formerly held by Dr. Michael Sullens. The search process included […]
Inside this Issue: BRTC Announces New VPSA LETA Celebrates Graduation of 55 Art Club Book Drive English Club Trip to Piggott AATYC Awards Grainger Scholarships The Odd Couple Stroud Earns MSN From the President’s Desk Download Volume 11, Issue 15 of The River’s Edge
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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 […]