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As director of keyboard studies and music graduate studies, Dr. Lauren Schack Clark has a great passion for her music, her students and Arkansas State. Let's get to know her.
An assistant professor of multimedia journalism, Dr. Gabriel Tait joined A-State in the summer of 2013. Let’s get to know him.
Ronald Sitton is an Instructor in the College of Media & Communication with a passion for all things media.
Award-winning author and A-State alumnus, Dana Chamblee Carpenter talks about why she chose Arkansas State and how she was able to start a career without giving up her dreams.
A-State student Bailey Moses talks about how the Social Media Management program will give her a strategic advantage as a job candidate after graduation.
A-State graduate Tyler Adams talks about the inspiration behind her latest pieces in last spring's Senior Art Exhibit and how her journey at A-State has changed the way she views herself and the issues of society.
As Kellie Buford reminds us in this week’s Get to Know, a school’s colors can be an important part of the employment decision. And, who else can combine Stonewall Jackson and the roar of F-15s into a personality profile?
Gregory Hansen’s love of all things that make up heritage comes through in this week’s “Get to Know.” And yes, to no one’s surprise, the advisor of the Scarlet Chess Club’s favorite hobby is chess.
A-State art associate professor Melissa Wilkinson is making her mark on Jonesboro, literally. Let’s Get to Know the woman whose class is painting a mural in downtown this summer.
With the Fall 2016 semester, a new college encompassing the programs of Communications, Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences begins an exciting new chapter of academic collaboration.
The following departments can be found in the College of Liberal Arts and Communications.
Dr. Carl Cates is the inaugural dean of the new college composed of the programs previously in Humanities and Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Media and Communication.