Video Features Guiding Priorities Crafted Through Campuswide Collaboration

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas is looking to the future as it approaches its 150th anniversary in 2021. The campus community worked together this past year to develop eight guiding priorities to make this an even better institution.

"The guidelines are the type you might see at many universities, but what's important is how the University of Arkansas actualizes these eight priorities," Chancellor Joe Steinmetz said. "I think that process and the end result will be special and specific to this university."

Contacts

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


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