The University of Arkansas will officially welcome incoming students to campus during the New Student Welcome on Sunday, Aug. 20, on the Mall between the Arkansas Union and Mullins Library.
Each poster described the background and motivation, development, results and future work of a project performed by the student in conjunction with their peers and professors.
The Center for GRid-connected Advanced Power Electronic Systems and newly formed sister centers have created a need for expansion of testing facilities at the Arkansas Technology Park.
The Sam M. Walton College of Business' annual University of Arkansas Accounting Research Conference was held for the fourth time at the end of July.
A new special topics course titled Native American Languages and Cultures takes on a historic and anthropologic approach as it examines the history of Native American languages.
Several policy and procedure documents have been updated in the Fayetteville Policies and Procedures.
As part of ongoing efforts to resolve internet connection issues, IT Services will perform emergency network maintenance from 7 to 9 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 20.
The exhibit features objects and ephemera of the late University of Arkansas professor, University Museum curator from 1925-1960, and conservationist Samuel C. Dellinger.
Bryn Smernoff, a sociology major, participated in research at the Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C., with mentor Patricia Herzog, assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice.
The Arkansas Alumni Association will honor alumni, faculty and friends at its 73rd annual Alumni Awards Celebration at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3, at the Fayetteville Town Center.
John R. Clark, Distinguished Professor of horticulture, is the sixth recipient of the Plant Breeding Award since it was initiated in 2012 and the first winner in fruit breeding.
Two civil engineering faculty researchers — Andrew Braham and Sarah Hernandez — have been awarded a $12,500 grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.
The organization known as OLLI provides opportunities for adults to take non-credit classes and enjoy social occasions.
More than 40 faculty members from all over the United States attended the meeting and several joined in the days preceding to work on course development and to participate in training.
The project, supported by Southern Co. and the Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp., will develop custom power equipment to minimize the effects of unbalanced currents in distribution systems.