Debra Wofford

Wofford to Retire After 41 Years at ATU-Ozark

The longest-serving active faculty member at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus has announced her intention to retire this year. Debra Wofford, chair and instructor in ATU-Ozark's business technology program,...

ATU-Ozark Student Receives Top Honors At State Capital

“I had started a nursing program when I lived in Germany but never finished.” Twenty-five years later, Torsten Radke stood in the Governor’s Office...
Laura Rudolph

Rudolph to Lead ATU-Ozark Communications

Laura Rudolph, director of community outreach at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus, accepted the duties of news bureau and media relations for the campus effective July 6, 2020.
The facade of the new Johnson County Adult Education building

Johnson County Adult Education in Clarksville Relocates to New Facility

JOHNSON COUNTY – The Arkansas Tech-Ozark Johnson County Adult Education center in Clarksville will be relocating to 18 Sherwood Plaza.  After twenty-one years on Cherry Street, the center has moved in order to provide better...
ATU Students Fall 2019

ATU Plans Return to Normal in Fall 2021

Arkansas Tech University is preparing to look, sound and feel like Arkansas Tech University again in fall 2021. ATU President Dr. Robin E. Bowen announced on Friday that...
National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus is observing National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week during Sept. 20-26. The annual event is organized by the National Coalition for Literacy (NCL)....

ATU-Ozark Receives $300K for Career Pathways

The Career Pathways Initiative (CPI) at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus has been awarded $303,664.00 for the 2020-21 academic year. The grant represents an increase of almost $40,000 as...

ATU-Ozark Students Admitted to Honor Society

Twenty-nine Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) during the spring 2021 semester. The mission of NTHS is to honor student achievement...
Paramedics Professionals

ATU-Ozark Hosted NAEMSE Training for Paramedics Professionals

The Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus hosted the National Association of EMS Educators IC 1 courses from September 13-15. Promising paramedic/EMT instructors traveled from across the country to participate in the three-day event. Dr. Chris Nowlette,...

Rockline Industries, Inc and Arkansas Tech Career Center announce Partnership

Rockline Industries and Arkansas Tech Career Center, an educational facility located in Russellville and operated by Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus, announced a new educational workforce training partnership on Friday, Oct. 11. 

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