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Fulbright College Introduces 2015 Sturgis Fellows
Four graduates from Arkansas high schools — Alvaro Aldana Jr., Dhruba Dasgupta, Reagan Broach and Madison Lester — join nearly 30 years of Sturgis Fellows.
Evans Gift Creates $500,000 Matching Incentive for Garvan Woodland Gardens
An estate gift from the late Bob Evans is being used as matching funds for a $1 million treehouse in the Evans Children’s Adventure Garden.
Global Campus, Industry Partners Lead IT Readiness Initiative to Fill Skills Gap
ADHE awarded the Global Campus a $48,954 grant to build continuing education programs to train workers for information technology jobs.
U of A Professor's Documentary Tells of the Birth of Baseball's Spring Training
The First Boys of Spring, set in Hot Springs, will premiere at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival Saturday, Oct. 10.
Engineering World Health RSO Grows on U of A campus
Members of the U of A chapter of Engineering World Health are using their biomedical engineering skills to improve global health.
National Humanities Alliance Highlights Literacy Outreach by Brown Chair
The National Humanities Alliance Foundation has recognized the community outreach work of the Brown Chair in English Literacy, David Jolliffe, as a model for fostering successful humanities communities.
Environmental Law Career Panel on Oct. 13
The Environmental Law Society will host a panel discussion for students about career paths in environmental law at noon Oct. 13 in the School of Law Room 342.
Art in the Park at The Gardens Oct. 7
Students will have the opportunity to create their own work of art while enjoying music and good company at 3 p.m. Wednesday at The Gardens.
Geospatial Research Program Seeks Project Applications
The Spatial Archaeometry Research Collaborations Program is accepting applications for archaeological research projects in the spring and summer of 2016.
Artwork by Laura Terry Selected for 'Horizon: Contemporary Landscape' Exhibition in Kentucky
Work by Laura Terry will be part of the Horizon: Contemporary Landscape exhibition, which will be on display through Nov. 12 at the Community Arts Center in Danville, Kentucky.