Chelsea Albright, who is majoring in childhood education, started an afterschool club at Gene George Elementary School in Springdale to build college awareness among young students.
The party includes Dead Day Dialogues with art professors Leo Mazow and Pulido Rull as well as free admission to the exhibition Van Gogh to Rothko on Friday, May 1.
Dorine Bower, a doctoral student in the Environmental Dynamics program, is compiling data that will help with the preservation of Pea Ridge National Military Park.
Fulbright College will host several musical performances and literature readings, a play, a reception and an art exhibition this week.
The priority deadline for the fifth annual Red, White & True effort is today, so if you've been waiting till the last minute to make your impact, the time has come.
Design work by Brittany Brown and Katie Dunn, both landscape architecture students, recently was recognized by the Central States Region of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art will host an International Showcase from 2 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, April 26, with a series of events that will highlight the diversity of cultures in the Northwest Arkansas community.
To help students get through the final weeks of the semester, and better prepare for finals, Mullins Library will offer extended hours beginning today and running until Thursday, May 7.
Three alumni – Jared M. Phillips, Kelly Houston Jones and Thomas DeBlack – were honored for their scholarly work at the 74th annual conference of the Arkansas Historical Association.
Melissa Blakemore, a senior studying nursing at the University of Arkansas, received a $500 scholarship recently from the Northwest Arkansas Nursing Education Consortium.
Astronauts James Lovell and Fred Haise and flight director Gene Kranz spoke at the University of Arkansas Thursday night, telling students about the ill-fated Apollo moon shot in 1970.
Pierce Gaithe and James Russell, candidates in the German Master of Arts program, were among 20 participants selected nationally to participate in an international program in Leipzig this summer.
The Staff Senate Scholarship was established to promote and encourage staff development through higher education in undergraduate and graduate studies.
Professor David Graham Hyatt is offering the class WCOB 3023/5023 Sustainability in Business during the first summer session May 26 to June 26. It's open to students from any discipline.