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Alumni Association to Host Free Grad Bash
Be sure to mark May 2 on your calendars for the Grad Bash, hosted by the Arkansas Alumni Association. The free event will be 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the Janelle Y. Hembree Alumni House.
University Libraries Spotlight: Necia Parker-Gibson
Necia Parker-Gibson was born in New York and first came to Arkansas to attend college. She eventually returned here where she is the Agriculture Librarian for University Libraries.
Marlon Blackwell Architects Recognized With Second AIA Housing Award, Other Design Honors
The Graphic House, a single-family residence in Fayetteville, has received a 2017 Housing Award from the American Institute of Architects and will be awarded today at its annual conference.
UAPD fundRazor Event: "Dunk a Cop!" Hopes to Make a Splash for K9s.
The University of Arkansas Police Department is holding “Dunk a Cop!” fundRazor event to raise $9K for K9’s.
Apply for Staff Senate Scholarships Between April 28 and June 2
Have you considered or are you currently taking classes here at the University of Arkansas? If so, you may be eligible for scholarship support through the Staff Senate Scholarship fund.
Music Department Announces Summer Course Offerings
The Department of Music is offering courses during the summer sessions for both music and non-music majors seeking fine arts electives.
Arkansas Recognized for Excellence in Promoting the Scholar-Athlete Ideal
Sharon Hunt, the faculty athletics representative for the University of Arkansas, will be presented with a plaque from the National Football Foundation and $5,000 from Fidelity Investments.
Application Deadline Nears for IT Readiness Certificate Program at U of A
Participants should apply by May 14 for a certificate program created to train people for entry-level programming and coding jobs.
College of Education, Health Professions to Honor Alumni, Former Dean
Robin Bowen, Anna Egalite, Yvonne Johnson and Reed Greenwood will be recognized at a reception May 12 and commencement May 13.
Ungar's New Book, 'Evolution's Bite,' to Be Released in May by Princeton Press
Renowned anthropologist Peter Ungar’s latest book follows dietary clues from fossil teeth to trace the impact of diet on human evolution.