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University of Arkansas to Lead New Center With Industrial Solutions Focus
The Center for Advanced Surface Engineering will address industry challenges and create new products for a range of sectors.
U of A Once Again Listed Among Nation's Best by Princeton Review
Consumer guide for students rates the University of Arkansas high for quality of life and sustainability efforts.
Electrochemical Materials Specialist Joins Chemistry, Biochemistry
Coridan's current research interests involve the chemical conversion of sunlight into fuels and electricity.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Assistant Dean for Finance
Esch will manage the college's financial affairs, which includes maintaining a comprehensive budgeting system, managing financial records and data analytics and overseeing departmental fiscal and business operations.
Fitness For Fun Now Enrolling for the Fall Semester
Participants receive a comprehensive fitness assessment, a personalized exercise prescription and access to all UREC facilities with a semester of personal training
Chinese Linguist to Join World Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Yao's research is focused on second-language acquisition and language processing in Chinese.
KUAF to host 30th Anniversary Panel Discussion, A Look at Investigative Journalism
Investigative journalists Mara Leveritt and Benji Hardywill discuss their work and its importance in the current journalistic landscape.
A Call for STAR Central Volunteer Staff and Faculty Advocates
Support organization for victims of sexual violence is looking for faculty and staff members to help advocate for students during a very difficult time.
Professor Publishes New Book on Memory in the Literature of the U.S. South
Hinrichsen applies recent theories of memory to modern and contemporary literature of the U.S. South.
Faculty Members Invited to Become A Part of the University Housing Adopt-A-Prof Program
Volunteers will be partnered with residence hall staff to engage with students and have a chance to serve as mentors.