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Law Professor and Four Students Acknowledged by United Nations
Professor Uché Ewelukwa Ofodile and students Luke Brasuell, Elizabeth Kanopsic, Liliana Vasquez and Saad A. Alotaibi participated in an initiative related to international investment agreements.
UA Jazz Quartet Selected for 11th Annual Bucharest International Jazz Competition
The Akakaze Quartet —comprising U of A students Malachi Million, Drew Rogers, Grant D'Aubin and Matt Beach — will compete against bands from around the world.
Murniati's research tells the stories of the 'forgotten'
Tri Murniati, a doctoral student in comparative literature and cultural studies program, is using her research to tell the stories of Indonesian domestic workers.
Panel to Address Recent Immigration Bans
A discussion, titled "Exiles, Immigrants, and Refugees: People With Rights Not Just Needs," will take place at noon Wednesday, March 15, in Reynolds Auditorium, Donald W. Reynolds Center for Expertise Development.
Become a Graduate or International Student Ambassador
The Graduate School and International Education is seeking applications from students who want to serve as ambassadors. Deadline to apply is April 10.
Tickets Distributed This Week for Taste and Sound of Africa
The African Students Organization invites the community to attend the Taste & Sound of Africa from 6-9 p.m. Friday, April 14, at the Fayetteville Town Center.
Bumpers College Students Visit Australasia to Learn About Human and Animal Interactions
Students from the Bumpers College participated in the college's first Human and Animal Interactions in Australasia International Programs faculty-led trip to Australia and New Zealand.
Webinar Series on Intercultural Learning in Education Abroad Programs
The Teaching and Faculty Support Center will offer a webinar from 2-3 p.m. Thursday, March 9, at the center's Technology Room 703 in the Harmon Avenue Parking Facility.
Tipton Credits Chinese Program for Recent Achievement
Zachary Tipton, an environmental science major and Chinese minor, will attend the Princeton in Beijing program after a rigorous application process and a promise to only speak Chinese during the program.
Panel Discussion for College, School Leaders Regarding Immigration Ban
Deans, associate and assistant deans and directors can find out more about the immigration ban from 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Monday, March 6, in Room 103 of the Reynolds Center.