Short Takes: 'Diverse Opportunities' Video Features University's Carver Program

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – For nearly 20 years, a University of Arkansas initiative has helped introduce select students to the graduate school experience at the U of A, while working to enhance the racial diversity of our student body. The George Washington Carver Research Program also gives these undergraduates a chance to work with mentors to conduct their own research projects.

Find out about more of the university's programs at Arkansas Short Takes.

Contacts

Mark Rushing, assistant vice chancellor
University Relations
479-575-5554, markr@uark.edu


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