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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Harding to serve as guest lecturer at UCA

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HARDING: Tries his hand at teaching.
  • HARDING: Tries his hand at teaching.
Rush Harding of Crews and Associates, and a former chairman of the University of Central Arkansas Board of Trustees, will teach a course at the UCA College of Business starting this fall. The course is titled "Fixed Income and Municipal Finance" and will be a part of the Department of Economics, Finance and Insurance Risk Management. Harding is teaching on a voluntary basis and will receive no compensation. Harding served as chairman of the Board of Trustees throughout most of the LuCA debacle. He will serve on the board until January of 2013.

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