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Organ Recital at Hendrix Features Halloween Theme

October 30 program by Timothy Allen to include spooky classics of the season

Hendrix to Award Odyssey Medals to Guinn, Nichols, Robertson

October 25 reception to highlight achievements of three alumni

‘Know Your Ballot’ Event at Hendrix October 29

Barth to guide overview of candidates and issues, followed by candidate meet-and-greet

Genetic Research Program at Hendrix Featured in Science Outreach Publication

Description of research led by Duina appears in ‘Scientia’ for audience beyond the scientific community

Hendrix to Make Significant Investment in Student Living

Five heritage dorms to undergo major upgrades in multi-year project

Hendrix Professors Collaborate on Statistics Study Guide

Kennedy, Peszka, and Zorwick develop companion to 12th edition authored by Spatz

Center for Calling and Christian Leadership at Hendrix Hires Program Coordinator

Englert-Jessen ’12 joins staff in role made possible by UMFA grant

Hendrix Team’s Research on Bison Published

Results suggest that bison wallowing helps maintain diversity of insects and spiders

Seraph Brass to Perform, Teach at Hendrix College October 23

Quintet of top female brass players counts Hendrix professor among its members

KHDX Celebrates 45 Years in Campus Radio

College Radio Day 2018 to feature special guests and shows on Arkansas’s oldest continuously operating college radio station

Hendrix College Expands Popular “Advantage” Program

New Advantage Plus to help even more high-achieving students

Writer Deb Olin Unferth to Visit Hendrix College Campus

Free event part of Hendrix-Murphy Foundation’s Visiting Writer Series

Psychologist Kicks Off Sexual Assault Prevention & Education Speaker Series

Dr. Renee McDonald to discuss ‘Challenges and Opportunities for Reducing Sexual Assault on College Campuses’ September 27

Arkansas Regional Law School Fair at Hendrix College October 22

Open to the public; representatives from 36 law schools attending

‘The Body of Empathy’ Exhibit Opens September 19 in Ellis Hall

Works by six artists on year-long display in Hendrix College’s religious studies and philosophy building

Singhal to Deliver Mellon Lecture October 4

Leading scholar and author on Positive Deviance approach visiting Hendrix

Hendrix Among the Best in National Liberal Arts Colleges

Highlighted by U.S. News & World Report for value, innovation, standing among national liberal arts institutions

Hendrix Players to Present ‘Driving’ September 21 and 22

Play by Werner Trieschmann ’86 examines a search for courage

Dramatic Reading of Award-Winning Play at Hendrix College

‘Had Orion Loved’ by Brian Earles ’18 chosen for September 7 Playwright’s Theatre

New Textbook by Campbell Covers Number Theory

Hendrix professor’s teaching approach leads to published curriculum

Dawkins Welcome Center Achieves LEED Certification

Building continues trend of environmentally friendly choices by Hendrix

Hendrix to Honor Distinguished Professor at August 30 Convocation

Dr. Lyle Rupert ’82 to be installed as Cabe Distinguished Professor of Economics & Business

Hendrix Welcomes Class of 2022

325 new students arrive to begin the 2018-19 academic year

Dr. Deniece Dortch to Speak at Hendrix College September 13

Scholar-activist to deliver the 2018 Senate Jennings Lecture

New Hendrix Faculty, Staff Announced

List of faculty and academic staff changes for 2018-19 academic year

Hendrix Hires New Title IX Investigator, Education Coordinator

Dr. Allison L. Vetter to serve Hendrix community in new role

2018 Porter Fund Literary Prize Awarded to Tyrone Jaeger

Hendrix English professor joins list of distinguished Arkansas-connected authors

New Report from Arkansas Policy Program Focuses on Protecting Drinking Water for Arkansans

Coker’s work highlights need for investment in infrastructure, makes recommendations

Hendrix Renews and Expands Political Polling Project

Talk Business & Politics-Hendrix College polling to increase in 2018-2019

Hendrix Students and Faculty Present Biomedical Research in Washington, D.C.

Hendrix researchers present studies on DNA mismatch repair and thyroid cancer cells at the NISBRE symposium

Hendrix College Highlighted in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2019

Small class sizes, engaging faculty, vibrant campus life earn mentions

Public Comment Open for Hendrix Re-Accreditation

College seeks public comments in preparation for accrediting agency evaluation

Photography Exhibit at Arts Center of the Ozarks Features Hendrix Professor’s Work

Payne among artists highlighted in ‘Our Natural State’

2018 Summer Internships Span Geography, Disciplines

Hendrix students working in 19 states plus D.C., and on four continents

Belize Service-Learning Trip Offers Interfaith Experience

Hendrix students help with construction at Muslim primary school

Hendrix Staff Awards 2018

Staff recognized for service to the campus at end-of-year celebration

Hendrix Odyssey Program Grants Surpass $4 Million Milestone

Funding awarded in April 2018 cycle supports 36 projects

Three New Hendrix Grads Preparing to JET

Pham, Wills, Zaidi, all Class of ’18, to begin teaching in Japan

Hendrix College Receives Recognition for Excellence in Student Voter Engagement

Campus joined ALL IN Challenge; 55 percent of Hendrix students voted

Hendrix College Adds New Minor in Social Justice

Interdisciplinary program of study on marginalization and equity launches this fall

Serve’s Up! Hendrix Adds NCAA Division III Beach Volleyball Program

Hendrix is fourth DIII school in the country to add growing women’s sport

Mel Gill, Printmaking

Gill, Melissa

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A
Phone: (501) 505-1562

Matthew Lopas, Drawing and Painting

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A102
Phone: (501) 450-1262

Erik Maakestad, Ceramics and Sculpture

Maakestad, Erik

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A105
Phone: (501) 450-1264

Dr. Rod Miller, Art History

Miller, Rod

Professor of Art

Department Chair, Art

Office: Art Department A101
Phone: (501) 450-1423

Maxine Payne, Photography

Maxine Payne

Associate Professor of Art

Office: Art Department A107
Phone: (501) 450-4587
Fax: (501) 450-1473

View the Faculty Art Gallery