The Medical Humanities Program and Department of History will host a talk from Professor Matthew P. Romaniello of Weber State University on Oct. 6 from 11:50 a.m.-12:50 p.m. in Gearhart Hall 130.
The Arkansas Law Review's annual symposium will feature 13 scholars, lawyers and child labor experts during sessions on Oct. 13 in the law school's E.J. Ball Courtroom. Register to reserve a seat.
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Mullins Library staff have compiled a list of ebooks and streaming videos available to all students, staff and faculty. Stop by Mullins Library to see the display, too.
The first season of the Weekend Starts free outdoor music series continues from 5-7 p.m. today with Smokey & The Mirror giving a concert at the Lower Ramble along the Razorback Greenway.
Professors Maria Comsa, Kathleen Condray, Annie Doucet and Rhodora Vennarucci gave presentations on various projects being pursued
Research professor Guillermo Tellez-Isaias chairs the organizing committee for the summit, which will address the effects of highly pathogenic avian influenza on the poultry industry worldwide.
If you are currently seeing or are scheduled to see an outpatient therapist, identify as female and identify as a trauma survivor, we'd love to have you participate in this study to see how trauma informed yoga can aid in your healing.
The U of A College of Engineering received significant recognition for its faculty and student participation at the 2023 American Society for Engineering Education Midwest Regional Conference
As the new director of graduate and international admissions, alumna Niki Avery will help students on the journey to see their names engraved on Senior Walk.
Becca Muenich, associate professor of biological and agricultural engineering, describes the field of agriculture as the greatest opportunity to have an impact on making the world more resilient and sustainable.
After 21 years of teaching in the public school system, Jessica Culver was recently recognized as a top 10 finalist for the Bill of Rights Institute's nationwide Civics Teacher of the Year Award.
The satire and humor of the political scene returns with a cast of U of A faculty, students and alumni performing at the Butterfield Trail Village Performance Hall on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 6-7.
Walton College has been ranked the 25th Best Undergraduate Business Program in public colleges by U.S. News & World Report in its 2024 national listing.
The partnership will assist students transitioning from a two-year associate degree at UA Community College at Morrilton to a four-year bachelor’s degree at the U of A.