Press Release

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 9, 2014
Contact Information:
Missy Kline
Managing Editor
mkline@cupahr.org

Hosea Long, Former Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Receives Honorary Life Membership in CUPA-HR

Hosea Long, who retired in January from his position as associate vice chancellor for human resources at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, has been granted Honorary Life Membership in the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR). Honorary Life Membership is the highest honor for recognizing retired CUPA-HR members who have demonstrated a lifetime commitment to the higher education human resources profession and long-term leadership in the association.

Long’s CUPA-HR leadership roles have included president of the Arkansas Chapter, member of the Southwest Region board of directors and member of the national board of directors. He also served on several national-level committees and task forces and received several CUPA-HR awards over the years recognizing his service to the association and his work in higher education human resources.

Long, whose higher ed HR career spanned nearly three decades, joined the HR staff at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in August 1990 and served in several capacities before retiring as chief human resources officer in January.

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