Mike Beebe and local leaders for his work with ASUMH.
The ASUMH campus sprang up in the space of 16 years a 140-acre tract.
During a recent interview at his office, Coulter said ASUMH used aging but appreciated buildings in downtown Mountain Home in July 1995 when the state began its initiative to build a system of public two-year colleges statewide.
Beebe himself did not escape the chancellor's zeal for ASUMH.
Larry said he believes he shares a feeling of partnership with Coulter in their work for Baxter Regional Medical Center and ASUMH because both organizations hold hands as educators and critical health service providers.
Beyond the fundraising effort that brought givers to his doorstep, at the other end of the fundraising spectrum was a most memorable effort that gave ASUMH the Gaston Lecture Series and Gaston Lobby from Jim and Jill Gaston.
Competing against other student teams from UAMS-LR, UAMS-Texarkana, UACC-Hope, Black River Technical College and Pulaski Technical College, the ASUMH
team included Chanel Buskard, Andrea Clark and Natasha Petitjean and captured the first place honors.