Dr. Sid T. Womack's ATU Home Page


Office: Crabaugh 211
(479) 968-0423
Fax: (479) 964-0811


Summer 1 2015 office hours:

9 - 11 Mondays through Friday. I am typically in the office much more than these official office hours. Most days, drop-in visits are acceptable.

Womack explains data








I can fly! Well, no, but at least I can explain the data.

Womack presents at MSERA

I had two presentations at the 2013 meeting of the Mid-South Educational Research Association in Pensacola,
Florida, in November.

Hanna, Womack, Roberts



Womack and colleagues at one of 62 state, regional, national, or international presentations.

Photos above are of presentations at several state, regional, and international-level conventions.

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October 26, 2015--I had not planned on being able to edit my home page after retiring from Tech, and I don't know how much longer this site will be up. Suffice it to say that retirement has begun well for me during these first four months. Almost everything has worked or is working better for me than I had counted on.

Teaching is the most noble profession, and I would encourage anyone who was interested in it to go into it. Teaching has an impact on those who learn. People who teach shape the future.

I checked into the possibility of doing some part-time teaching at Tech. I did not talk with Arkansas Tech, but I did visit by phone with my TIAA-CREF retirement advisor. After looking at the specifics I determined that applying to teach as an adjunct or visiting professor would not make financial sense. This is in the context of a specific track of TIAA-CREF retirement that I have placed myself into, and might not apply to anyone on Arkansas Teacher Retirement or in other retirement tracks of TIAA-CREF.

I have begun some volunteer work with a local school district, helping with language arts and math at a middle school. Thus far the experience has been a gratifying one. Being in the classroom without employment, rank, and less authority than a substitute teacher has shown me that my heart never left teaching during all of those years in teacher education. School still looks and feels the same way to me that it always did during the 43 years that I was in it for a career.


  • Interested in my professional background? Please see my vita for more details.

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