Black Alumni Society


     The University of Arkansas, originally called Arkansas Industrial University, was established in Fayetteville, Arkansas in 1871 atop a hilltop farm overlooking the Ozark Mountains immediately giving it the nickname, The Hill. The University became the first major Southern public university to admit a Black student without litigation when [...]

AKA KAPPA IOTA 40TH ANNIVERSARY



Ebony O. Wyatt General Mills Ebony Wyatt has twelve years of consumer product sales experience with General Mills.  She is currently a Senior Category Development Manager / Special Projects lead for traditional grocery customers at the General Mills corporate headquarters in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Prior to this role, Ebony was a [...]

BAS Meet the Board: Ebony O. Wyatt








Andrea Briann Webster Hometown
: Parkdale, AR Year in school
: Senior Expected date of graduation: December 2015 Major: Information Systems/Retail Significant Involvement in 2014-15 (clubs, sports, etc.)
: Black Alumni Society, Connections, Black Student Association, National Society of Black Engineers, Diversity Impact, STORE Favorite class and why
: Marketing Topics in Arkansas was my favorite class because it [...]

BAS Scholar Spotlight: Andrea Briann Webster & TaJuan Warren





Earnest L. Duckery graduated from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas with a Bachelor of Architecture degree in the fall of 1995. He began his professional career in Little Rock, Arkansas working with Woods Caradine Architects in 1996 until the firm closed in 2008. In 2008, he continued his career at Wittenberg, Delony, & Davidson Architects where he has relied on his experience, judgment, and wide degree of creativity until the present day. With twenty years of professional experience in the practice of architecture he has developed the capabilities to work on projects throughout all phases of the design process.

Meet the BAS Board: Earnest L. Duckery


“The Phoebe Todd Harris & Anne Harris LaRew Alumni Scholarship means a lot to me. It mainly means opportunity. Every scholarship that I receive is an opportunity to better myself by furthering my education. My alumni scholarship not only help funds my education, but it puts me with a distinct group of other students that share some of the same interests as me. It also has opened up a lot of networking opportunities.”

BAS: Scholar Spotlight Roy Phillips