UCA Advancement adds two to staff
The University of Central Arkansas recently added two staff to the Division of Institutional Advancement and Development.Bart Shaw of Conway is the new director of development for the College of Business. He earned a bachelor’s of business administration from UCA in 2004 and a master’s of business administration in 2007.
Shaw previously worked for Sigma Phi Epsilon National Headquarters in Richmond, Va., as regional director and then as director of learning communities. He was also a graduate assistant in the UCA College of Business.
As a student, Shaw was a member of the Association of Future Alumni, Student Government Association and Student Orientation Staff, as well as president of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.
"I am pleased to return to UCA as a member of the advancement team," Shaw said. "I look forward to working with alumni, faculty and staff from the College of Business and meeting other alumni and friends at various university events throughout the centennial year and beyond."
Carter Walker also of Conway is the director of development for the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. He earned his bachelor’s of business administration from UCA in 2005 and a master’s of business administration in 2006.
Shaw and Walker will be responsible for raising private funds for their respective colleges through the UCA Foundation."We are delighted to have Bart and Carter join our advancement team," said Kelley Erstine, vice president of Institutional Advancement and Development.
"We also appreciate the College of Business and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics for partnering with the UCA Foundation in an effort to secure private funding for those college’s needs including student scholarships, faculty and program endowments and capital projects."