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Recent U of A Graduate Now Working for Sen. John Boozman
Jace Motley, of Conway, graduated from Fulbright College in May and started working as a staff assistant for the senator in June.
Arkansas Attorney General Welcomes Summer Interns
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has welcomed six University of Arkansas students into the Attorney General's office internship program.
Modern Sexism and 2016 Election are Focus of Report From Blair Center Poll
Report explores respondents’ measurable hostility toward women in the workplace, along racial, gender, regional and partisan divides.
University of Arkansas Student Chosen as James Madison Fellow
Fellowship for graduate study is awarded to current or future teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary level.
Political Science Professor Publishes in Special Issue of 'International Organization' Journal
A. Burcu Bayram, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, recently contributed a peer-reviewed research article to The Behavioral Revolution and International Relations.
State Rep. Collins to Discuss Campus Carry Bill as Guest of Collegiate Farm Bureau
Arkansas Rep. Charlie Collins is the guest speaker for a forum hosted by Collegiate Farm Bureau from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Leland Tollett Auditorium in the John W. Tyson Building.
Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Hosts United Nations Panel on Empowering Women
Chemical engineering graduate student Humeyra Ulusoy-Erol assembled experts on refugee women for a panel at the United Nations' Commission on the Status of Women.
Harvard Nuclear Weapons and Torture Scholar to Speak Tonight
Elaine Scarry, a leading scholar on violence and justice, will give a lecture titled "Beyond Torture and Nuclear Weapons: Reclaiming Our Social Contract" at 5:30 p.m. tonight in Gearhart Hall 26.
Criminology, Policing to Be Topics April 18 at Science Café
Panelists will discuss criminology and policing from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, at Powerhouse restaurant in Fayetteville.
Harvard Nuclear Weapons and Torture Scholar to Speak April 13
Elaine Scarry, a leading scholar on violence and justice, will give a lecture titled "Beyond Torture and Nuclear Weapons: Reclaiming Our Social Contract" Thursday, April 13.