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More Than 4,100 Students Expected to 'Walk' During U of A Commencement
Coach Frank Broyles and Dr. James Hildreth will receive honorary degrees during the spring All-University ceremony.
Students Interview Ozark Residents for Close Look at Literacy
Sean Connors' class of 19 students, most majoring in English at the University of Arkansas, interviewed lifelong residents of the Arkansas Ozarks about the "sponsors of literacy" in their lives.
National Congress of American Indians Chooses U of A Graduate Student for Fellowship
Teresia M. Paul, a doctoral candidate in rehabilitation education, has been named a recipient of a Native Graduate Health Fellowship from the National Congress of American Indians.
Research Office Awards Arts and Humanities Seed Funding to Faculty
The Office of Vice Provost for Research and Economic Development has awarded five faculty research grants through its Arts and Humanities Seed Funding Program.
Bogles' $1 Million Gift Will Back Bumpers Dean's Innovation Fund
An endowed fund created by Bob and Marilyn Bogle will be used to enhance the college’s national prestige, recognition and impact.
Spring 2015 Graduation Distribution Starts Today
The University of Arkansas would like to welcome faculty, staff and the spring 2015 graduating class to Graduation Distribution today through Saturday at the Arkansas Bookstore.
Math Aptitude Leads Student to Scholarships and Electrical Engineering Degree
Dexter McRae of Hampton graduates Saturday with the knowledge that mathematics can solve everyday problems.
Design Students Recognized at Fay Jones School of Architecture's Annual Honors Ceremony
The Fay Jones School of Architecture honored 99 students at the 2015 Honors Recognition Reception and Ceremony, held April 17 in Vol Walker Hall.
Students Develop Lawyering Skills While Combatting Human Trafficking
Law students developed and completed advocacy projects for their clients, Legal Aid of Arkansas and Catholic Charities of Arkansas, non-profits seeking to prevent human trafficking.
Registration Open for Hands-On Microsoft, Adobe Classes for Summer
The Global Campus offers one-day, instructor-led computer training classes in Fayetteville and Rogers.