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- 06/28/18--11:00: _JBU Student Luke Me...
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- 08/28/18--11:00: _Alumnus Blends Pass...
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- 09/17/18--11:00: _Media & Meningitis
- 07/17/18--11:00: JBU Named ‘2018 Great College to Work For’
- 08/23/18--11:00: JBU Opens Studio and Project Space for Art and Engineering Students
- 08/28/18--11:00: Alumnus Blends Passion for Outdoors with Therapy and Film
- 09/10/18--11:00: JBU Advances to No. 13 in U.S. News Best in South Rankings
- 09/14/18--11:00: Award-Winning Artists Headline Annual Writing and Arts Festival
- 09/17/18--11:00: Media & Meningitis
John Brown University student Luke Merrick, senior music major, earned first place in the Upper College/Independent Studio Men category at the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) 2018 National Student Auditions (NSA). While JBU’s music students regularly participate in NATS singing competitions at the state and more recently the regional level, Merrick’s entry into NSA marks the first time a JBU student has ever participated and placed nationally.
University Named Among 43 Honor Roll Institutions: John Brown University is one of the best colleges to work for in the nation for the fourth consecutive year, according to the Great Colleges to Work For survey, the largest and most comprehensive workplace study in higher education that is administered by The Chronicle of Higher Education. Nationally, JBU is among only 84 colleges who received the Great College to Work For recognition, 43 institutions with the Honor Roll distinction for being recognized in four or more categories and placed top 10 within the small enrollment size category.
Art and Engineering Remain Top Majors Among New Students: John Brown University held the first classes this week in the Peer-Andrus Studio and Project Barn, a 16,800-square-foot facility that provides essential studio and project space for art and engineering students. The two programs are among JBU’s top five majors. Of the 373 freshmen and transfer students who began classes at JBU’s main campus on Wednesday, 34 are engineering students and 17 are studying graphic design.
Remains Top-Ranked Arkansas School in Regional University Category: In the 2019 U.S. News & World Report Best Regional Universities ranking, released today, John Brown University ranked 13th out of 141 southern universities, advancing four places from last year. This marks the third consecutive year JBU is the top-ranked Arkansas school in its cohort, which includes Harding University, Arkansas State University, University of Central Arkansas, Henderson State University, Arkansas Tech University and Southern Arkansas University.
John Brown University welcomes three award-winning artists for the annual Giving Voice Festival: A Festival of Writing and Arts from Wednesday, Sept. 19 to Friday, Sept. 21. The artists include Harrison Scott Key, an award-winning nonfiction memoirist; Laura Waters Hinson, an Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker; and Angela Alaimo O’Donnell, a prolific poet and author.
Smith, chair of the division of communication and fine arts and associate professor of journalism, spent a year in Accra, Ghana, as a 2016-2017 Fulbright U.S. Scholar, teaching graduate students at the University of Ghana while researching media attitudes toward women’s health.