The National Pan-Hellenic Council Gardens will soon be dedicated, providing an outdoor location for underrepresented Greek organizations and others to enjoy.
Megan Brazle, who majored in German, international relations and European studies, is now a German teacher at Springdale High and will be honored with the 2021 Checkpoint Charlie Foundation Award.
New Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences Head Aims to Engage with Students, Stakeholders in First Year
Jeff Edwards plans to hit the ground running in his new role as head of the Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences for Bumpers College and the Division of Agriculture.
Two U of A researchers — Di Fang and James Mitchell — will gauge consumer sentiment and evaluate any health and economic benefits of meat products from livestock raised on perennial forage systems.
Faculty and staff are invited and encouraged to nominate staff employees in recognition of outstanding service to the university for the first quarter: July, August and September.
University Programs hosts the R-rated horror As Above, So Below at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 20, in the University Programs Video Theater.
Site preparation has begun for the future Institute for Integrative and Innovative Research (I3R) facility, the university's newest cross-disciplinary research center.
The Department of Music continues its Accent Faculty Performance Series with a performance by Moon-Sook Park at 7:30 p.m., Monday, Oct. 18, in Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall.
Please plan on parking your e-scooter at the convenient scooter valets near the Maple/Garland intersection by the Law School or near the Stadium/Clinton intersection across from Adohi Hall.
The class will be from 8 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Oct. 26, in Maple Hill South Room 145, and it offers strategies, guidance, and a proven plan for surviving an active shooter event.
Environmental Dynamics doctoral student Terrius Bruce will speak on "Improving Community Food Systems in the Time of COVID" at 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18, in Gearhart Hall room 217.
The study will quantify changes in Arctic sediment production, transport and deposition due to climate change, and inform First Nation (Gwich’in) community planning.
Before Arkansas and UAPB face off on the football field for the first time Oct. 23, fans, alumni, friends and representaives from both schools will unite in central Arkansas.
Honors College Fellow Jimmy Donlon, a marketing and management major from Memphis, Tennessee, will have the opportunity to serve as chancellor for the day on Monday.
What began as one room with 137 books in a wood-frame building in 1872 has evolved into the five University Libraries on campus today.