The Clinton Global Initiative announced a new commitment to help families in Northwest Arkansas through the University of Arkansas "Wash Time is Talk Time" initiative at local laundromats.
When the Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant begins Sunday, the university will be well represented. And that's not counting the reigning Miss Arkansas, Ashton Campbell, who is also a U of A student.
National Association Appoints Wyandt-Hiebert to Co-Chair Task Forces for Campus Safety, Sexual Assault Prevention
Mary Wyandt-Hiebert will advise the American College Health Association's board of directors on relevant policy issues and plan and facilitate programming related to campus safety and violence.
The University of Arkansas Women's Giving Circle is accepting proposals for programs and initiatives supporting the campus and community. Deadline is July 31.
Faculty and staff at the Fayetteville campus are encouraged to nominate staff employees in recognition of outstanding service to the university.
During the maintenance, Wi-Fi could be unavailable for up to 5 minutes and wired Internet connections will be down for 5 to 10 seconds in several campus buildings.
IT Services will perform planned maintenance from 8 to 9 a.m. on Sunday, July 5. During the maintenance, BASIS and webBASIS will be unavailable.
Students interested in nominating their family can fill out and submit their application online at asgforms.uark.edu. Applications must be submitted by noon on Wednesday, Aug. 26.
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.
The following Fayetteville policy has been revised: 407.0 - Extra Compensation Policy.
J.D. Willson’s research group has found rare species at Woolsey Wet Prairie Sanctuary, such as the Graham’s crayfish snake and the crawfish frog.
Interim Dean Matthew A. Waller has named Vikas Anand to take on a short-term role working with the dean's office as executive director of strategic planning and innovation for Walton College.
The Information Technology Research Institute encourages minorities and female students to learn more about technology fields.
Emilianne Slamons is the third Arkansas Teacher Corps Fellow to receive teacher of the year awards in their school districts.
Work by Laura Terry was selected from nearly 900 entries to be part of the 57th annual Delta Exhibition, which will be held July 10 through Sept. 20 at the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock.