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Dillard, Hunt Named 2015 Chancellor's Medal Recipients

The honorees will be recognized at Towers of Old Main event on April 10.

Cesar Chavez Blood Drive

The Blood Drive will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, April 2, in Gym 4 of the HPER Building and is benefiting the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks.

Faculty and Staff: Post Your Selfless Selfie for Chance to Win

Get your selfie sticks ready and practice your poses, because the volunteer team is issuing a Selfless Selfie social media challenge.

Lecture to Focus on Cell Hydration Epidemiology in Children

Jodi Stookey, a nutritional epidemiologist with Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute in San Francisco, will give a lecture at noon Friday, April 3, in HPER 103.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra Trumpet Artist Holds Residency at U of A

John Hagstrom will work with UA trumpet students this week and conclude his residency with a recital at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 2, in the Fine Art Center's Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall.

New Grants Program Announcement for Faculty

The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations within University Development invites faculty who are outstanding early career scientists to apply for nationally competitive Faculty Scholars grants.

UA Press and KUAF Celebrate National Poetry Month with the 'Poetry Minute'

30 readings by Northwest Arkansans will air each day in April.

Apply Now for Teaching Camp 2015

The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center is accepting applications for Teaching Camp 2015 to be held August 9-11 at The Lodge at Mount Magazine. Deadline is April 12.

Zero Waste Education for Events on Campus

Members of the Student Sustainability Council will explain how RSOs and campus organizations can host their very own Zero Waste Event.

ISO 2015 Banquet Scheduled for April 11

International Students Organization would like to invite U of A students to the annual 2015 ISO Banquet from 5:30-8 p.m. Saturday, April 11, in the Arkansas Union Verizon Ballroom.

STORE Skills Workshop: Speed Networking

Students interested in the business industry are invited to attend STORE Skills Workshop: Speed Networking from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, in Willard J. Walker Hall 203.

Leadership Development Lunch Features Roundtable Discussion

At the lunch on Wednesday, students will have the opportunity for a roundtable discussion with other student leaders, officers of SOOIE, and SOOIE advisers.

Registration Open for Microsoft Excel Part 2 Computer Training Class April 10

Registration is open for a Microsoft Excel Part 2 class Friday, April 10, that provides hands-on, instructor-led computer training from the University of Arkansas Global Campus.

First and Third Graders Needed for Project on Children's Memory

The project takes place on the University of Arkansas campus, and children receive a $20 gift card for their participation. It's fun, and a great learning opportunity for children.

Participants Wanted for Research Study Evaluating Hydration Biomarkers

Males between 18 and 75 years old who have no chronic illnesses or injuries are sought for a study on hydration biomarkers, such as urine color.

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Maxwell Named Director of Diane D. Blair Center of Southern Politics and Society

Angie Maxwell, the Blair Professor of Southern Studies and an assistant professor of political science, has been named director of the Diane D. Blair Center of Southern Politics and Society.

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University Recreation Outdoors Held Vertical Mile Challenge

A total of 62 climbers' participated and 8,585 laps were recorded, a height equivalent to climbing over nine Mount Everest ascents.

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Civil Engineering Student Wins Poster Competition

Chase Henrichs, a graduate student in civil engineering, won the best poster in the Student Poster Competition at the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists 90th Annual Meeting in Portland on March 8-11.

Historian J. Laurence Hare reveals close ties between the growth of modern nationalism and archaeology in German-Danish borderlands Photo by Russell Cothren

New Book Analyzes Intersection of Archaeology and National Identity

Historian J. Laurence Hare reveals close ties between the growth of modern nationalism and archaeology in German-Danish borderlands

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