March 14, 2023
(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) — The University of Arkansas board of trustees has elected Morril Harriman as its chairman for the upcoming year. Harriman was appointed to the University of Arkansas board in 2014 by Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe. Board members serve 10 year terms.
Harriman concentrates his practice in government relations. He advises clients in their dealings with the Arkansas Legislature, legislative committees, state regulatory agencies and other governmental bodies.
Harriman served as chief of staff for former Gov. Mike Beebe. He also served 16 years in the Arkansas Senate and six years as president of the Poultry Federation.
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