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iFriend Program to Host Table at Farmer's Market on Saturday
The iFriend program connects local individuals or families with U of A international students, as a platform to build friendships.
Arkansas Trade Director Attends Belarus International Investment Forum
Denise Thomas, director of Africa and Middle East Trade, will visit Bobruisk, Belarus, to meet with government leaders and participate in the IX International Investment Forum.
Ghana Trip Gives Nursing Students New Medical Knowledge, Cultural Experience
Fifteen students in the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing took a trip to Ghana, helping deliver babies and teaching Ghanaians about wound care, infant hydration and dental hygiene.
Professor Explores Gender Identity in Post-Conflict Societies
Erika Almenara studies the aftermath of human rights abuses in Peru and in Chile, particularly as they affect gender identity. Read more about her research in the Field Notes section of Research Frontiers.
Korea University's Lee Visiting for Seminar on Circadian Clock Genes and Student Exchange Opportunities
Jin Hyup Lee, an assistant professor at Korea University, is speaking as part of a seminar hosted by the School of Human Environmental Science's human nutrition program.
Philosophy Professor Jack Lyons Receives Fellowship
Philosophy professor Jack Lyons has been chosen to receive the Arkansas Visiting Fellowship at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Arkansas Trade Director Opens New Relationship with South Africa
Denise Thomas, director of Africa and Middle East Trade for the World Trade Center Arkansas, has taken steps to open a new relationship between South Africa and the World Trade Center Arkansas.
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.
Arkansas Trade Director Testifies to U.S. Trade Representative at NAFTA hearings
Melvin Torres, director of Western Hemisphere Trade for the World Trade Center Arkansas traveled to Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to testify on the North American Free Trade Agreement.