2011 BAS Reunion




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This April, the Black Alumni Society will celebrate its 10th Reunion. As a part of this year's reunion, the first African American professors at the University of Arkansas, Dr. Margaret Clark and Dr. Gordon Morgan, will be recognized at the Faculty/Staff Appreciation Dinner, for their more than 40 years of service to the university and its students.

Dr. Margaret Clark and Dr. Gordon Morgan to Be Recognized ...



Beginning on Thursday, December 23, 2010, the Black Alumni Society and the Career Development Center will host a Resume Book for students, alumni and friends who are looking for current career opportunities. Employers who have vacancies within their businesses are also invited to participate.

Black Alumni Society and Career Development Center Join to Host ...


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We are anxiously awaiting your return for the 10th Black Alumni Society Reunion. Did I say 10th? Yes, I did and it is with high honors that I inform you of the festivities being planned for your return. You will be able to rekindle those bonds with your fellow college mates and friends once again, as we continue to provide much needed scholarships, furthering the education of our African-American students enrolled at the University of Arkansas.

2011 Black Alumni Society Reunion Theme: Return, Reflect, Renew


On Saturday, December 4, 2010 over 80 alumni and friends came for a book signing by Dr. Charles Robinson and Dr. Lonnie Williams of their new book "Remembrances In Black: Personal perspectives on the African-American Experience at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville".

"Remembrances In Black" Book Signing