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Two University of Arkansas Honors Students Named Truman Finalists
Ryann Alonso and Sam Harris recognized for their outstanding academic and public service achievements.
Honors College Hosts 150 Top Students for Fellowship Weekend
Hello, smart high school students! One hundred and fifty high school students have been selected from nearly 900 applicants to interview for Honors College fellowships on campus this weekend.
Honors College Wins Two Awards at 2016 CASE District III Award Program
The University of Arkansas Honors College, in partnership with University Relations and DOXA, a local design firm, won two awards in the 2016 CASE District III Award Program.
Honors College Research Examines How Language Shapes Identity
Whlie an undergraduate in the Honors College, Sandra Kincaid began researching how best to learn a new language, finding ways to better engage students in literacy.
Salazar to Present 'Blood of the Dawn: Women and the Contemporary Writing on Violence'
Claudia Salazar of Lima, Peru, will present a lecture at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, in the Helen Robson Walton Reading Room of Mullins Library.
Dean Matt Waller to Teach 'Arkansas Business' Honors Course
Students will network with Arkansas’ top business leaders.
Fall 2017 Honors Seminars to Focus on Cancer and Race
Signature Seminars explore cutting-edge topics, taught by campus leaders.
MLK Recommitment Banquet to Honor Five with 'Salute to Greatness' Awards
Cynthia Nance will deliver the keynote address and 21 scholarships will be awarded during the 21st annual event on Jan. 16 in Fayetteville.
Honors College Fellow Presents Poster at Major Nephrology Conference
Abby Terlouw, a biomedical engineering major, was one of four Harvard Summer Research Program students selected to present a poster at the American Society of Nephrology Conference.
Honors Horticulture Student Olivia Caillouet Presents, Publishes Mozambican Research
Three weeks of dusty field work in Nampula, Mozambique, have opened up international research opportunities for Olivia Caillouet, an honors horticulture senior in Bumpers College.