Stacey Jones

Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus and Community Events

 

Stacey Jones is the associate vice chancellor for campus and community events at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith. Since he first came to UAFS, Jones has impacted the University and the community through his involvement in furthering the arts for University students and the region at large.

 

Jones started Season of Entertainment in 1981 as a way to boost University programs with larger audiences while also finding a way to offer national touring shows to the community. Through Season, UAFS students have been able to experience a variety of events at no charge. Jones oversees art exhibits scheduled and hung in the Smith-Pendergraft Campus Center and serves on the Chancellor’s Coalition for the Visual Arts.

 

Jones was also involved in bringing The Moving Wall to UAFS, a traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial that drew hundreds to the campus. Jones started the Miss UAFS Scholarship Pageant in 1978, a preliminary to the Miss Arkansas and Miss America pageants, and serves as its general chair. He has also been producer for the Miss Arkansas pageant for several years. Jones has given his time and talent to a multitude of events in the Fort Smith area, including the Mayor’s Fourth of July Committee, Paint the Park Pink and the Walk for the Cure. He is a past member of the board of the Fountain of Youth Adult Day Care and the Fort Smith Chorale. He received his associate degree from UAFS when it was Westark, a bachelor's degree from Arkansas Tech University and a master's degree from Webster University.

 

Topics

 

Season of Entertainment

Book this program in late summer or early fall, and you can hear about what's coming up for the entire year through the Season of Entertainment series. A later booking will allow you to know what's included in the remainder of the current year, plus you'll learn a little about how UAFS decides on shows to bring to Fort Smith.

 

Miss UAFS

Discover why the Miss UAFS Pageant, a preliminary to the Miss Arkansas and Miss America pageants, is so important for young women today. The general chair of the pageant will give you some inside info, and if she’s available, Miss UAFS will join him.

Stacey Jones