A $150,000 planned gift from the University of Arkansas System president and his wife will advance student and departmental success.
The UAteach program at the University of Arkansas graduated its first two future computer science teachers — Chris Malone and Nate Vogel — in May.
Applications are available for faculty and staff who wish to be mentors for LGBTQ-plus students as well as for students who wish to be mentored.
Findings from this study will help inform clinicians and researchers about how to better assist sexual assault survivors, so your participation is valuable.
Portions of resident reserved parking lot 50 will also be closed from July 17-24.
Alumnus Aaron Shew has been named the inaugural holder of the R.E. Lee Wilson Chair of Agricultural Business at Arkansas State University.
Students graduating this summer are invited to complete the First Destination Survey to report their post-graduation pursuits and learn what other students are doing after graduation.
Three departments in the U of A's Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences are teaming up for a summer STEM camp. Register by July 27.
Learn about plant pathology and submit your diseased plant samples for diagnosis at our bi-weekly summer booth.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson named Sarah Moore of Stuttgart to the Arkansas Board of Education, his office announced last week. She earned a doctorate in education policy in 2015.
Maintenance to Windows servers and some online services will be performed over the weekend.
During the fall 2017 semester, the U of A launched UARK Wellness, a program that encourages members of the university community to develop across eight wellness dimensions.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the Sam M. Walton College of Business is hosting 19 high school students from Arkansas and Texas at the Accounting Career Awareness Program.
The Achieve IT: Network Foundations project will get underway later this month with the implementation of a new Wi-Fi management system called ClearPass from Aruba Networks.
Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society awarded Kim Huh, an information systems major, with the $1,000 scholarship for the coming year.