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Fryar, Reed Earn Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Alumni Honors
Ed Fryar of Ozark Mountain Poultry and Nathan Reed of Reed Farms and Eldon Reed Farms will be honored during global food security event.
U of A Offers ACT Prep Classes in Fayetteville and Rogers
ACT prep classes are intended to help all high school sophomores, juniors and seniors improve their test performance.
New Studies Explore Impact of Environmental Change on Tooth Wear
Undergraduate honors research finds clues in teeth of ring-tailed lemurs, capuchins and howler monkeys.
Tragic Events in Oregon a Painful Reminder for Campus to Be Prepared
Violent attacks are rare but can happen anywhere, the sad fact behind the effort to teach the U of A community how to “avoid, deny, defend.”
Art Photographers Honored at Conference
The Society for Photographic Education South Central regional conference recognized Rebecca Drolen and Erin Gardnerfor their creative works in photography.
Dowe Named Interim Director of African and African American Studies
Pearl Dowe, associate professor of political science in Fulbright College, has been named interim director of the African and African American Studies program.
Freshman Business Students Getting Early Taste of Business Writing
Through an assignment to research and write a business brief for the Freshman Business Connections class, this year's 1,400 Walton freshmen are learning to write like business professionals.
First U of A Chancellor Candidate, April Mason, to Hold Public Forum
Video of the presentation will be available to campus following the 10:30 a.m. forum Oct. 7 at the Faulkner Center for Performing Arts
RATA Presents Reed Ferber, Running Injury Expert, on Oct. 14
The Razorback Athletic Trainers' Association will host a webinar presentation of Reed Ferber, which will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14, in the HPER building, room 311.
Documentary to Premiere in Little Rock Featuring U of A Musicians
A new documentary film on the life and music of Florence Price will have its premiere screening from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8, at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock.