Artist Wanbli Gamache is making a name for himself in the growing world of time-based art. He has showcased his work in new media art festivals in Athens to Ecuador, as well as in Miami, Chicago, South Carolina and Little Rock.
Recent University of Arkansas graduates are invited to join the Young Alumni Program within the Razorback Foundation for a reduced rate on football and men's basketball tickets.
A new online tech support service will replace AskIT to provide an improved self-service experience for students, faculty and staff this summer.
The U of A Human Performance Lab is seeking males between the ages of 35-55 to participate in a research study evaluating the effects of protein supplementation on body composition, exercise performance and free testosterone.
Minnesota, Oklahoma State, Kentucky, and South Carolina among the teams the Razorbacks will host at Bud Walton Arena.
There will be a staged reading workshop of the new play Transatlantic, written by assistant professor John Walch, at TheatreSquared this week during the Arkansas New Play Festival.
Four inductees will join the 78 Arkansas business leaders currently in the Hall of Fame
The Razorback yearbook is hiring photographers to document what the school year was like for U of A students by photographing student events, clubs and all other aspects of student life.
The U of A LGBTQ+ Faculty/Staff-Student Mentoring Program is seeking faculty and staff members to offer support, guidance and resources to LGBTQ+ students.
The U of A Center for Power Optimization of Electro-Thermal Systems (POETS) hosted an on-campus tour for 462 sixth-grade Hellstern Middle School students and their teachers May 22 -24.
The Sexuality Education and Consent Studies Lab is looking for female research participants, 18-30 years of age, who have hormonal IUDs.
A $250,000 gift from Greenway Equipment, Inc. will be used to fund two scholarships and an excellence fund at the University of Arkansas.
The winner of the Department of Theatre's 2017 Kernodle New Play Award is Barbara Hammond for her play Visible From Four States.
Academic and industry experts will be among the speakers discussing the challenges and opportunities involved in managing the health and well-being of cattle, poultry and hogs.
Findings could lead to more efficient use of wind and solar power.