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Rescheduled: Campus Community Invited to 75 Years of Progress: The Lasting Legacy of Silas Hunt

A talk featuring alumna Arkie Byrd, titled "75 Years of Progress: The Lasting Legacy of Silas Hunt," has been rescheduled for noon Friday, Feb. 10, in Giffels Auditorium.

Students Can Provide Feedback About U of A for 'Top Colleges' Survey

The Wall Street Journal/College Pulse rankings are aimed to provide guidance to prospective students looking to continue their education careers. 

Razorback Athletics Joins Coca-Cola Title IX Women's Sport Amplification Challenge

In celebration of 50 years of Title IX, Coca-Cola is celebrating women's collegiate sports by promoting attendance at women's sporting events. Join in and check in to boost the Razorbacks' rank.

Razorback Gymnastics 'Palace Night' Set for Friday at Bud Walton Arena

Arkansas gymnastics competition returns to Bud Walton Arena this Friday, Feb. 3, for an SEC dual against the Florida Gators at 6:45 p.m.

Teaching and Faculty Support Center Supports Teaching With Winter Teaching Symposium Event

More than 200 professors attended sessions designed to bring new ideas related to teaching at the beginning of the spring term and was built around the theme of shedding light on good teaching practices. 

Communication Sciences and Disorders Invites Public Comment as Part of Reaccreditation Process

The Communication Sciences and Disorders Program is seeking comments from the public about the graduate program in speech-language pathology in preparation for an accreditation site visit.

New U of A Initiative Promotes Community Learning

The new, community-based initiative will connect you with volunteer community experts and civic leaders who will share special skills and explore shared interests that relevant to our lives, health and growth.

Quarterly Financial Affairs Service and Innovation Award Goes to Angela Salrin

The Innovation Award for the fourth quarter goes to Angela Salrin, director of University Print/Mail/Copy Services, for her work collecting outstanding balances due the University Bookstore.

Entomology and Plant Pathology Seminar to Feature Technology Commercialization Office

The Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology is hosting an in-person and virtual seminar from 3:30-5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, in Poultry Science 009 as part of the Spring 2023 Seminar Series.

Abstracts Sought for Inaugural Nursing Science Day Symposium April 27

The inaugural Nursing Science Day will be from noon to 6 p.m. April 27 in the Arkansas Union Ballroom. Faculty, staff, students and professionals are invited to submit research abstracts by April 6.

Teaching and Faculty Support Center Conferences and Awards on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Submission of presentations on teaching and innovation in the classroom are sought for the conferences, and nominations for the Cronyn Award are also requested with deadlines for all on Friday, Feb. 10.

School of Art Recognizes First Windgate Accelerator Grant Winners Novo Studio

School of Art Recognizes First Windgate Accelerator Grant Winners

Maryalice Carroll, Adam Fulwiler, Jonathan Green, Abigail Henthorne, Charles Krampah, Penelope Starr-O'Berski, Fabian Rodriguez, Meredith Tinkle and Juliette Walker received $10,000 awards.

Beth Kegley's research focuses on the impact of nutrition on the immune response, disease resistance and growth performance of beef cattle. submitted

Kegley Recipient of Animal Science Society Distinguished Service Award

Beth Kegley, a professor of animal science, has been named recipient of the 2023 Southern Section Animal Science Distinguished Service Award by the American Society of Animal Science.

Williams Tabbed SEC Freshman of the Week Photo Submitted

Williams Tabbed SEC Freshman of the Week

After a stellar start to her rookie season and a record-breaking weekend, the Gymbacks' Lauren Williams has been named SEC Freshman of the Week.

Taggart Architects has contributed $50,000 to create an Advance Arkansas scholarship that honors the memory and legacy of Jerry E. Currence, who was president and co-owner of the firm at the time of his death in 2015. Photo Submitted

Taggart Architects Honors Alumnus Jerry E. Currence With Scholarship

The North Little Rock design firm has given $50,000 to create an Advance Arkansas scholarship for Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design students.

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