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Bumpers College's Caillouet Receives Arkansas Flower and Garden Scholarship
Olivia Caillouet, a graduate student in agricultural and extension education, was recently awarded a scholarship by the Arkansas Flower and Garden Show.
Hobby Becomes New Assistant Director of M.B.A. Programs
Rachel Hobby is the new assistant director of M.B.A. programs in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas.
Graduate Student, Professor Partner to Teach Others About Student Activism in New Book
Graduate student David Tolliver began working on a book with Dean Michael Miller before he even enrolled in the interdisciplinary public policy program. Now the book is out.
University of Arkansas Pens Agreement With Turkish University
The University of Arkansas and Erzurum Technical University in Erzurum, Turkey, have established a formal agreement of cooperation that is intended to further the academic objectives of each institution.
Doctoral Student Earns NSF Dissertation Research Grant
Jenny Burgman, an environmental dynamics doctoral student, has been awarded a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research grant. The award is valued at nearly $20,000.
Researcher Spends the Summer Searching for Lizard Eggs in the Jungles of Costa Rica
Meredith Swartwout is a graduate student in the Department of Biological Sciences. Read about her research, and why lizard eggs are so hard to find, in Research Frontiers.
U of A Selected to Participate in National Doctoral Career Pathways Project
The U of A has been selected by the Council of Graduate Schools to participate in a collective effort to gather and use data about the careers of doctoral students and alumni.
Physicists Determine How a Promising Lead-Free Material Works
The findings by researchers at the University of Arkansas will help the push to eliminate toxic substances in electronics.
Office of Study Abroad Moves to New Location
The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange has moved to 520 Storer Ave., the previous home of the university's Home Management House.
U of A Makes Its Mark at Annual International Education Conference
The U of A was well-represented at the annual NAFSA: Association of International Educators conference earlier this month in Los Angeles.