Carolyn Eiler, director of special events and projects, has been named the 2019-20 Employee of the Year for the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
Updated website includes new guidance to reflect the Department of Education's Title IX Final Rule, which is now in effect.
Students in the U of A Department of Communication recently finished a documentary film, Barrier-Breaking Women in Indian Cinema, for the online 2020 Bentonville Film Festival.
Sherif Sharfadine, a U of A graduate student, has been selected to participate in the Global Burden of Crop Loss Initiative, which focuses on the impact of pests on food production and availability.
Washington Regional Medical Center recently recognized alumna Mariel Royan as a "Health Care Hero" for her work helping patients communicate with their families.
Students graduating this summer are invited to complete the First Destination Survey to report their post-graduation pursuits and learn what other students are doing after graduation.
The U of A Community Music School continues to offer private and group lessons for students of all ages this fall, even though lessons are conducted virtually rather than face-to-face.
This summer, the U of A's 2020 Biomedical Research Camp went virtual while also taking the topic of COVID-19 head-on.
Students from the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas won several awards and recognitions at the annual Beta Alpha Psi national meeting held this month.
Arya B. Gaduh, an associate professor of economics in Walton College, has been invited to join the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab as an affiliated professor.
Twelve scholarships have been awarded to staff members across campus who are continuing undergraduate and graduate classwork.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute will kick off the fall season with a virtual information session from 1:30-3 p.m. Monday, Aug. 17.
Chancellor Joe Steinmetz and Vice Chancellor Yvette Murphy-Erby gave updates about the return to campus and efforts to be more inclusive.
The Path Program provides mentoring and scholarships to support exceptional students from underrepresented populations.
A $1 million gift from Ray and Deborah Dillon of Little Rock will be split between the Anthony Timberlands Center and a new endowed chair.