Arkansas Tech is a family tradition for BreAnne Dahlke.
“Three generations have attended Tech, including my grandfather, parents, great uncle, uncle, aunt and several cousins,” said Dahlke. “They have regaled me with stories of their experiences and fond memories of Arkansas Tech. The relationships that were forged there still remain strong, as well as their many triumphs and even the failures that fostered their personal growth and helped them become who they are today.”
Dahlke is a graduate of Van Buren High School, where she was captain of the dance team. She also served as vice president of the student senate, president of the Future Business Leaders of America and as a member of the Future Teachers of America, the National Honor Society, Students Against Destructive Decisions, BETA Club, the choir and Mu Alpha Theta. Kym Hamlin-Pope, Dahlke’s mother, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in history and political science from Arkansas Tech in 1985. Her father, Doin Dahlke, graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science degree in health and physical education.]]>