Month: January 2010

Agriculture Is Williams' Family Business

Add all their years together and Jerry Williams, his father and his brother have 110 years of service to the state of Arkansas in agriculture. Williams and his brother Kenneth grew up on a University of Arkansas agriculture experiment station in Crittenden County where their father, Wallace, was resident director. Kenneth was staff chair in Ashley County for many years. Both brothers retired from Extension within a year of each other.

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Era of Graduation Clarifies Alumni Attitude Study Results

When the Arkansas Alumni Association contracted with Performance Enhancement Group, Ltd. (PEG) of Houston to conduct the 2009 Alumni Attitude Study, the Association was already in the midst of implementing its latest strategic plan. The cornerstone of this plan is a segmentation model based upon geographic territories and life stages of alumni. As part of PEG’s Alumni Segmentation Model, results for the study are provided based upon era of graduation year versus generational segmentation. After reviewing the results, the Association adopted this model because of its application of the varying times that influence a college experience, which in turn shape the relationship alumni have with their alma mater.

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Watch the Trailer for "The Razorback Family: Generations"

The third in a series, “The Razorback Family: Generations,” will premiere during the 2010 Pride of Arkansas Tour in February. Produced by UA Productions and the Arkansas Alumni Association, the video features the work of University of Arkansas students Clint Fullen ’10, Joel Eikenberry ’10, Erin Gilleece ’07, ’10 and Kelly Brophy ’13.

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