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Sign Up for Summer Cooking Matters Course With the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry
Cooking Matters is a hands-on cooking class that focuses on how to make healthful meals on a budget. Participants will learn hands-on cooking skills, basic nutrition knowledge, and grocery shopping budgeting tips.
Program Helps Career-Advancers, Novices Thrive in Supplier, Retail Jobs
The Global Campus and 8th & Walton will offer a 6-week program focused on Retail Link, supply chain and data analytics skills.
Registered Student Organizations: Re-register Now for 2017-18
Registered Student Organization re-registration for the 2017-18 academic year is now open using the new HogSync system.
Summer Camps Provide Science and Engineering Experiences to Students Across the State
The College of Engineering has expanded its summer camp offerings to reach more kids across Arkansas. This summer, the college offers 20 camps in six locations across the state.
Ten Scholarships Available to Female Teens Exploring Jobs in Skilled Trades
A four-day camp will introduce women ages 14 to 19 to vocational and skilled trades career options, including truck driving and auto repair.
Discount for Summer Literacy Camp Expires Soon
The U of A College of Education and Health Professions is offering a Summer Literacy Camp for local elementary students weekday mornings from 9 to 11 a.m. July 24 through Aug. 4.
School of Law Hosts 19 Top Scholars from 15 Schools for Tax Law Conference
The University of Arkansas hosted top tax scholars from across the country for the Third Annual Conference of The Association for Mid-career Tax Law Professors May 22-23.
Classes on Culinary Gardening, Fly Fishing, Tai Chi Planned in June at Garvan Woodland Gardens
Garvan Woodland Gardens, an outreach program of the university, has a full schedule of classes on fly fishing and growing a culinary garden, docent-led garden tours and hiking and Tai Chi classes.
Workshop Provides 3-D Printers to Businesses, Teaches How to Use Them
The Global Campus and NWA3D will partner to offer an 8-hour course to guide business professionals into the world of 3-D printing.
UA Children's Choir Hold Open Auditions
The University of Arkansas Children's Choir is currently holding open auditions. The UACC is looking for young people, grades 2-12, to join the choral group, now in their 20th year.