Category: Alumni Groups

Game Day Watch Party Page

We’ve only got 12 days left until the Arkansas Razorbacks take to the field at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

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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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Marcus Hopkins Credits University of Arkansas Professors for his Success

Entering the University of Arkansas in 2003, it was the College of Engineering’s remarkable reputation that caught Marcus Hopkins’ eye in deciding where he wanted to go to school. He knew he could get a degree in civil engineering that would be well-respected by future employers, and it was through this degree choice that he began to get involved.

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Recent Graduates Ryan and Natalie Biles Lead by Example

As alumni, Natalie and Ryan Biles of Lonoke strive to lead with humility and a joy to give back to the University of Arkansas that poured so much into them. As recent graduate members of the Arkansas Alumni Association, they have ventured to take on exciting new leadership roles at the University of Arkansas through their involvement in the Young Alumni Board. The couple hopes to encourage fellow grads to find creative ways to stay in touch with their alma mater.

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In Memoriam: Eric Montgomery Mackey

Reverend Dr. Eric Montgomery Mackey of Little Rock went home to be with the Lord on Sept. 25, 2009 at Baptist Medical Center after a long medical illness. He was born July 20, 1956 in Marvell, Ark. He graduated from the University of Arkansas and received a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Michigan.

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For Janette Epes It Was Just the Thing to Do

Janette Epes’ fondness for the University of Arkansas began at a young age as her parents, both Arkansas Alumni, raised her to love and enjoy the University as much as they did. Growing up in Fayetteville, she remembers riding and exploring every inch of campus on her bike, dressing in Razorback Red for the many sporting events that her family always attended, and sitting on the hill outside the stadium gate with friends to “call those hogs.” It was then that she knew one day she would walk the halls of Old Main just as her parents had done.

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Rob Casey Honored With Morris Fair Heart Award

Rob Casey of the Atlanta Chapter was surprised to hear his name called as the recipient of the 2009 Morris Fair Heart Award during the Arkansas Alumni Association’s Volunteer Summit award reception, but those who know him weren’t surprised at all. Casey has been described as “a …consummate ambassador – always willing to promote, defend and support the University.”

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