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'Kiln-to-Table' Experience Delights Diners, Showcases Student Work
Students from two U of A art classes joined forces with a top local culinary team to create an unforgettable kiln-to-table dining experience.
Osbourn Making Two Open Presentations for Plant Pathology's Templeton Lecture
Anne Osbourn, a world-renowned plant scientist, will give two lectures as part of the Templeton Lecture series. The second lecture, directed toward the general public, wil be at 4 p.m. March 30.
Arkansas Set for NCAA Fayetteville Regional
Save the date for the NCAA Regional gymnastics tournament at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at Barnhill Arena. Arkansas takes on Utah, Denver, California, Auburn and Central Michigan.
Save the Date for April 11 for Campus Partners Breakfast Informational Session
The Arkansas Alumni Association invites you to Save the Date and attend our Campus Partners Breakfast Informational Session from 8:30-10 a.m. Tuesday, April 11. Register by April 5.
High School Students: Apply Now for Retail Supply Chain Summer Camp
Deadline to apply is May 25 for the July 9-13 camp.
Local Events Scheduled for Arkansas Archeology Month
Two events still scheduled this month are among dozens around the state this March co-sponsored by the UA System’s Arkansas Archeological Survey.
Summer Youth Jazz Camps Open for Registration
The Community Music School announces two new summer music camps for 2017 that are all about jazz, one for junior high students and a second for high school students.
Asian Studies Spring Mixer
The Asian Studies department is hosting a meet and greet for students and faculty at 3:45 p.m. Thursday, March 30, in Memorial Hall 230.
UA Jazz Quartet Selected for 11th Annual Bucharest International Jazz Competition
The Akakaze Quartet —comprising U of A students Malachi Million, Drew Rogers, Grant D'Aubin and Matt Beach — will compete against bands from around the world.
Registration Open for Emerging Leaders Certificate Program at U of A in April
One-day program offers essential skills and knowledge to professionals who want to advance their careers or tackle new leadership roles.