The Nepalese Students Association of Northwest Arkansas has raised a total of $8,517.17 to help earthquake victims of Nepal, and it has been donated to the American Red Cross and the Health Foundation Nepal.
One of several innovative student recommendations was to change payroll practices to disperse money more evenly through a month, instead of in the traditional payrolls monthly or every other week.
Peter MacKeith will take part in the "Annual Rings" architecture seminar Thursday, May 28, at the Embassy of Finland in Washington, D.C.
More than 120 sections of University Perpectives will be offered in the fall, and "Provost Lecturers" are needed to teach the 8-week sections, designed to help students make the transition to college.
IT Services will perform planned maintenance from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. on Thursday, May 28, to perform an update to FileMaker 13.
Professor Koen Dewettinck of Ghent University, Belgium, will present two seminars at the U of A: Chocolate and Confectionary Science, and Opportunities at the University of Ghent, Belgium.
The new system also includes the option of the Guardian app, which members of the campus community can download to promote campus safety.
The work will affect parking in lots 76 and 72, and is part of the second phase of the Highway 112 widening project
Alayna Farris and Bryan Shade have been awarded two of the most prestigious clerkships in the field of Indian law and affairs.
The University of Arkansas' Community Music School in partnership with the Arts Center of the Ozarks will offer two summer music camp sessions for young children this June and July.
The parking meters in the Garland, Stadium, and Meadow Street Parking Garages will now accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express credit cards.
"Mystic Creatures: Topiary Art Takes Flight" is an exhibit like no other. The display is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Aug. 31.
The agreement with the University of Basrah calls for the universities to create programs for the exchange of academic, research and other educational materials.
Camp Connect sponsored by the University of Arkansas is taking applications for children with autism to attend the July camp and also taking applications for peer mentors.
Food science major Sarah Mayfield won the Bumpers College’s thesis competition with her research of healthier shortening and chocolate.