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Walton College Hosts Business Leadership Academy
Incoming freshmen at the University of Arkansas learn how retail intersects with all business majors.
U of A Professors' Documentary Film Presented at New Whitney Museum in New York City
Part of an 11-day festival, the documentary Conlon Nancarrow by James Greeson and Dale Carpenter tells the story of the life and music of Arkansas-born composer Conlon Nancarrow.
Website Chronicles Journalism Students' Experiences in Bolivia
The study abroad program provides international reporting experience as students post stories, photos and video online and on social media.
New Video Highlights Reptile and Amphibian Research
J.D. Willson’s research group has found rare species at Woolsey Wet Prairie Sanctuary, such as the Graham’s crayfish snake and the crawfish frog.
Public Policy Doctoral Students Honored With Teaching Awards
Nathan Kemper and Britni Ayers, both doctoral students in public policy at the University of Arkansas, were recently honored with teaching awards for the 2014-15 academic year.
McLeod Breaks 36-Year Old NCAA All-Dates All-Time Best Record
Hurdler Omar McLeod set the new NCAA record for the 110-meter hurdles during the Jamaican National Championships with a time of 12.97 seconds, just three-hundredths ahead of the 1979 record.
Early Registration for SEC Symposium Ends Today
Early registration for the 2015 Southeastern Conference Symposium ends today, June 30.
First-Generation College Students Finish Upward Bound Bridge Program Courses
Area high school graduates get a head start on college during month-long stay on campus.
University Recreation to Operate Under Reduced Holiday Hours
University Recreation will operate under reduced holiday hours beginning Friday, July 3, and through the holiday weekend.
Hiring Request and Other Online Services Unavailable During Maintenance, July 4
IT Services will perform planned database maintenance from 8 to 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 4.