Tyson Foods chairman is no longer a board of trustees member at the University of Arkansas. The reason-- apparent problems with scheduling, among other things. In a letter addressed to Governor Mike Beebe, dated February 5th, John Tyson wrote that he had become-quote-"increasingly frustrated with the board's inability to make meaningful change in the structure and delivery of higher education in Arkansas." Tyson went on to say that his schedule makes it increasingly difficult to be an effective board member. Tyson's resignation went into effect February 8th, just halfway through a ten-year term on the board of the state's flagship university. The U of A is not commenting about Tyson's statement.
Ronald J. Bertram, MD
Dr. Bertram is a family practice physician at the Washington Regional Diagnostic Clinic in Bentonville, AR.
Chris Schach, M.D., President and co-founder of OnlineDermClinic
Chris Schach, M.D., is the President and co-founder of OnlineDermClinic its associated humanitarian medical aid foundation, DermAid.
- Laura R. Collins, MD, Her Health by Washington Regional
Gillian Woods, Ph.D
Gillian Woods, Ph.D., received her doctoral degree in gerontology from the University of Kansas.
Jordan Curtis, RN, Organ Procurement Coordinator
Jordan Curtis-Sherrod received her Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from the University of AR at Fayetteville.
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