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Community Design Center's 'Food City Scenario' Wins Two National Awards
The U of A Community Design Center has won two awards for a project that seeks to build food sustainability through local urban agriculture.
Lorenzo Named Director of the Razorback Marching Band
Benjamin Lorenzo will serve as director of the 335-plus member Razorback Marching Band, conduct the Symphonic Band, and teach courses in the University of Arkansas Department of Music.
Danny Pugh Named Vice President for Student Affairs at Texas A&M
Danny Pugh, vice provost for student affairs, has accepted the position as vice president for student affairs at Texas A&M University.
Jerry Wall, Professor Emeritus of Architecture, Dies at Age 75
Jerry Don Wall, 75, professor emeritus of architecture at the Fay Jones School of Architecture, passed away Sunday, May 24, at his home in Rogers.
CELDi Research Project to Review Current Forecasting Model for Medline Industries
Professors Ashlea Bennett Milburn and Manuel D. Rossetti will work with Medline, the largest privately held manufacturer and distributor of health care supplies in the U.S. to analyze their forecasting process.
New Videoconferencing App Now Available
Faculty, staff and students can initiate, conduct or participate in videoconferences at no cost using the university standard LifeSize, which allows mobile and desktop access.
Fayetteville Policies and Procedures: Revisions
Four Fayetteville Policies and Procedures regarding payment cards have been revised.
Nepalese Students' Initiative to Help Earthquake Victims of Nepal
The Nepalese Students Association of Northwest Arkansas has raised a total of $8,517.17 to help earthquake victims of Nepal, and it has been donated to the American Red Cross and the Health Foundation Nepal.
Undergrads Recommend Changing Payroll Practices to Improve U.S. Economy
One of several innovative student recommendations was to change payroll practices to disperse money more evenly through a month, instead of in the traditional payrolls monthly or every other week.
Peter MacKeith to Speak at 'Annual Rings' Architecture Seminar at Embassy of Finland
Peter MacKeith will take part in the "Annual Rings" architecture seminar Thursday, May 28, at the Embassy of Finland in Washington, D.C.