Season tickets on sale for SAU Theatre

Christian Williams lights up the stage of Seussical the Musical as the character Cat in the Hat. Williams is a junior theatre major from Hope, Ark.

Director of SAU Theatre Clayton Guiltner hopes to have an encore performance of the record-setting play season last year. Guiltner said the 2014-15 year for SAU Theatre promises to be an exciting sequel for both students and the regional community. Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet will be the first show in the line-up October 9-12, and it will feature dynamic staging, design, and a guest fight director to choreograph the sword fights. Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol will welcome the holiday Read More

SAU swears-in new police chief

SAU Police Chief Anthony Williams

SAU’s new Police Chief Anthony Williams brings to campus a lot of big ideas from his years of experience in the big city. Williams was warmly welcomed by the community as well as many representatives from the area’s civil services at his swearing-in ceremony on July 21 at the Reynolds Center Foundation Hall. “This is a dream come true for me,” said Williams after being sworn in to his new role. “I wondered why God led me to advanced degrees Read More

SAU Business responds to industry needs

Ronnie Watson, assistant professor of management, helps student Sarah Clayton in SAU’s first SAP ERP course offered this spring.

The addition of the SAP Enterprise Resource Planning system into Southern Arkansas University’s College of Business curriculum is just one of many exciting additions for this upcoming school year. The SAU College of Business has a strong tradition of success and is accredited by AACSB International, making it among the top five percent of business schools worldwide. Yet thanks to alumni in the field and industry partners in the region, many programs have been modified or added to meet the Read More

SAU athletics announces the renewal of the men’s and women’s track programs

Southern Arkansas University and its athletic department are pleased to announce the renewal of the men’s and women’s track and field programs starting in the fall of 2014. The programs will compete under the NCAA classification of outdoor track and field and will have their championship season in the spring of every year. The renewal announcement was made by SAU President, Dr. David F. Rankin and SAU director of athletics, Steve Browning in late May. “The resurgence of track and Read More