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Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design Hosts Largest Summer Design Camp in School History
Camps were held in Fayetteville, Hot Springs and Little Rock during June with a total of 69 students attending.
English Professor's Poem Featured in The New Yorker
Davis McCombs’ “Dumpster Honey” was published in Aug. 3 issue of the nationally known magazine.
Biophysicist Joins Chemistry, Biochemistry Department
Moradi's research area is computational molecular biophysics, working to develop better ways simulate the large-scale motions of proteins at an atomic level.
Distinguished Industrial Engineering Alumnus Receives Award
Larry Stephens was named Engineer of the Year by the Arkansas Society of Professional Engineers.
New Director of Field Placement Named for Education Programs
Ayo will be responsible for coordinating placement for field experiences of students majoring in teacher education programs
Tax Free Weekend at the U of A Bookstore and most Razorback Shops
There will be no state and local sales taxes on a variety of items this Saturday and Sunday
Deadline Thursday at Noon to Apply to Fill ASG Special Events Cabinet Vacancy
The position is responsible for planning and coordinating campus events such as Welcome Week, Family of the Year Weekend, the Chancellor's Ball, Pizza Wars, and the Martin Luther King Jr.Day vigil.
The Suzuki Music School is Now Enrolling Students for the Fall 2015 Semester.
Instruction is available in cello, double bass, flute, guitar, piano, viola and violin for students ranging in age from 3 to adult.
Campus Network Upgrades to Improve Wireless Service
Upgrades over the next two weeks will increase Wi-Fi speed and reduce the chance for outages.
Fayetteville Policies and Procedures - Revisions