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Sandra Slaughter Barnett has completed a mystery novel, 'Dead in the Shadow of Doubt' under the pen name of Sandy Slaughter. 


Linda Pondexter Chesterfield was awarded an Honorary Degree from Philander Smith College.


Teresa Roebuck has been awarded the President;s Volunteer Service Award by Winrock International in recognition of volunteer service.


Jennifer Horne is serving as Visiting Writer-in-Residence at Lenoir-Rhyne College in Hickory, NC, for the spring semester 2018.  She has also been commissioned by Gov. Kay Ivey as Poet Laureate of Alabama for a four-year term, after being elected by the Alabama Writers' Conclave. 


Andrea Edwards has been named the Chief Marketing Officer for Scout Communications Group.

Dr. Travis Langley is a professor of psychology at Henderson State University.  He appeared as an expert on psychology and modern culture in recent documentaries on AMC, Hulu, and the History Channel, and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson interviewed him for the National Geographic Channel program StarTalk. Sterling Publishing will release Dr. Langley's tenth book, Daredevil Psychology: The Devil You Know, in the summer of 2018.


Greg Joslin has been named to the Real Estate Industry Council of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.


Shannon Collier-Tenison is Associate Dean in the College of Education and Health Professions and is serving as interim Co-Director of the School of Social Work at UA Little Rock for the 2017-18 academic year.


Priscilla McChristian has received her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.


Kevin Hutson has been awarded a 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award from the South Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities (SCICU) organization.


Rob Young has accepted a position as VP for Finance & Administration at Wittenberg University.


Adam Mitchell has been named President and Chief Lending Officer at Citizens Bank of Batesville.


Megan Pribbernow Booker has been awarded the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award by the Pine Bluff Arsenal for her community service efforts and commitment toward making the world a better place through volunteering time and talents.


Philip Adams, director of the Arkansas PROMISE project, received a social justice award from the Arkansas affiliate of the Association on Higher Education and Disability.

Dr. Wesley Beal, Associate Professor of English at Lyon College, has been selected by the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program to spend the fall 2018 semester at the University of Hong Kong, where he will teach, do research, and make presentations to different academic groups.


Danielle Del Sol has been named the new Executive Director of the Preservation Resource Center in New Orleans, LA.  


Lizzy Price began a position as Communications Director for For Our Future Action Fund, an organization committed to serving progressive values to create permanent change.  


Cary Small Koss started a new position with CARTI as a Clinical Research Nurse.  


Justin Warren's film, Then There Was Joe, premiered before a sold-out crowd.  He wrote, produced, directed, co-edited and co-starred in the film, which is the first to be showcased by the Arkansas Cinema Society's new Homegrown Film Series. 


Jake Eddington began a position as Sales Representative at Apptegy.

Ashley Gish has a new position at United Methodist Communications.


Linsey Miller recently published her debut novel "Mask of Shadows".  The sequel "Ruin of Stars" is due to publish in August 2018.


Kim Lane began a new position as Chief Executive Officer at Conductor.


Violet Coker started a new position as Public Affairs Representative for the Carpenters/Contractors Cooperation Committee in Los Angeles, CA.

Hanna French began a new position as Special Events Coordinator for the Arkansas Foodbank.

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