Seniors Tyler Beneke, Tori McDaniel, Alexa Koenigseder and Lacey Burnett won a first place while Zach Watts, Michael Herm, Curtis Casey and Blake McMillon won second place.
The 2015 Northwest Arkansas Report Card published by the Office for Education Policy shows Northwest Arkansas students outperform their peers in other regions of the state.
The University of Arkansas Human Performance Lab is seeking males over 55 years to participate in a research study evaluating the effects of supplementation on mood and cognitive performance.
Chancellor emeritus John A White Jr. was honored with the Marvin H. Agee Distinguished Alumni Award from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
The event was held at the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute. This year's theme "The Art of Playful Learning" examined the connection between art and play in the classroom.
The University Of Arkansas College Of Engineering has selected Raj R. Rao to be head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Marty Maxwell Lane, an assistant professor of graphic design, and her students create innovative design solutions to help both the Marshallese and those who interact with them.
Applications are available now by downloading a PDF of the Staff Senate Scholarship form. The deadline for submission is Friday, June 3.
Elementary students must register by May 30 to attend the two-week literacy camp, to be held at Washington Elementary in Fayetteville.
Cynthia A. Nance, dean emeritus and the Nathan G. Gordon Professor of Law, has been appointed the first director of pro bono and community engagement.
The U.S. Department of Labor announced that the salary basis for exemption is being raised to $47,476, meaning more non-teaching employees will qualify for overtime starting Dec. 1.
When the university honored its "Top 15 in 2015" research award recipients in a ceremony in April, more than half of the 15 were from the College of Education and Health Professions.
Magda El-Shenawee, professor of electrical engineering, is featured in the most recent episode of The Best Medicine., a syndicated show picked up by some public radio affiliates.
Two U of A electrical engineering doctoral students – Atanu Dutta and Sayan Seal – received awards at the Ceramic Interconnect and Ceramic Microsystems Technologies conference.
Auditions will be held in July and August. Rehearsals are held every Thursday evening, beginning Sept. 9, on the U of A campus.