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Jessie O'Kelly Student Essay Contest: Deadline March 31
The Program in Rhetoric and Composition invites students in the Fulbright College to submit to the Jessie O'Kelly Freshman Essay Award. Deadline to submit is noon March 31.
Lee Bebout Talks Dynamics of White Desire at English Department Event March 9
Bebout's lecture, titled "Deep in the Heart of Whiteness: White Desire, Country Music, and the Political Potential of Love," will be Thursday, March 9.
Free Public Reading With Acclaimed Translator Clare Cavanagh
Scholar and author Clare Cavanagh is the 2016-17 Walton Visiting Writer in Translation, and will give a free public reading at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 7.
Professionals Learn Technical Writing Skills in Online U of A Program
Graduate technical writing certificate courses connect students to real-world, hands-on projects for Northwest Arkansas organizations.
U of A Students Earn Gilman Scholarships for Education Abroad Opportunities
Jesus Barrera Garcia, Allyson Braggs, Ikenna Egbosimba, Fernanda Oregon and Christian White have been named award winners of the Gilman International Scholarships.
Submissions Call for Student Essay Contest
The Program in Rhetoric and Composition invites students in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences to submit to the Jessie O'Kelly Freshman Essay Award.
Alumna's Love of Education Inspires Scholarship for Fulbright Students
A gift in memory of the late Mary Jane See Adamson will support students studying English and honor a lifelong passion for education.
Two Fulbright College Doctoral Students Receive Dissertation Research Awards
The 2017 recipients of the $5,000 dissertation research grants are Mahsa Lotfi-Marchoubeh from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Megan Vallowe from the Department of English.
Five U of A Faculty Appointed to Arkansas Civil Rights Committee
Five faculty members from the university have been appointed to the Arkansas Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, along with two others in the UA System..