University of Arkansas Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long has been named the 2015 SportsBusiness Journal and SportsBusiness Daily Athletic Director of the Year.
The Soil Science Society of America has elected professor Andrew Sharpley of the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture as president for the 2017 term.
Cindy Moore, director of the didactic program in dietetics, has been elected Area 3 regional director for the Nutrition and Dietetic Educators and Preceptors of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
The NCAA recognized the Razorbacks' women's golf, men's golf and volleyball teams or their standing among the top 10 percent of academic performing teams in the country.
As part of an ongoing network reconfiguration project, IT Services will perform planned maintenance from 7 to 9 a.m. on Sunday, May 24, to apply changes to the Administrative Services Building distribution switch.
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 director of the Elmhurst College nursing department will start July 1 and will also hold the Billingsley chair.
Jeremy S. Hyman, a lecturer in the Department Philosophy, has received an award from the National Endowment of the Humanities and been invited to its Summer Institute for College and University Teachers.
Michael Eugene Collie, 54, clinical assistant professor and director of the Bachelor of Social Work Program in the Fulbright College, passed away Sunday, May 17, in Winslow.
The University of Arkansas Press is offering a 50 percent discount on inventory remaining from exhibits they've attended this spring.
IT Services will perform routine Windows server maintenance from midnight to noon on Saturday, May 23.
Judy Howard’s One Winter Evening is her second painting accepted for an International Association of Pastel Societies juried exhibition.
The University of Arkansas International Culture Team recently held an awards banquet to celebrate student volunteers' achievements in bringing the world to the Northwest Arkansas community.
Laura Terry's polyptych "Plow the Good Earth" will be part of an exhibit at the Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art in David City, Nebraska, will run from May 23 to Sept. 13.
Professionals will learn to tackle organizational change and control workplace conflict via a Global Campus partnership with the college.