Patterson Hillaire, Kylie Hackworth, Katie Dobbins and Shaylee Wallace, all agricultural and extension education master's degree students, were recognized for teaching and poster presentations.
U of A student Crystal Baker is among previous grant recipients who are working as nurses in underserved areas of Arkansas.
Connect with the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer coordinator at the University of Arkansas for opportunities to participate in social events, mentor students or more.
The second season of the "Live at the Five & Dime" outdoor concert series continues on Wednesday, July 17, with an encore performance of the Viridian Saxophone Quartet.
Today, July 15, is the last day to nominate staff employees in recognition of outstanding service to the university for the fourth quarter: April, May and June.
All University of Arkansas faculty, staff and administrators are invited to join the monthly LGBTQA Happy Hour at 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 19, at Farrell's on Dickson Street.
This migration will automatically move all email messages, calendar appointments, contacts, and attachments from Gmail to Outlook.
The Office of Student Activities is offering two fun events to help incoming students learn about campus and the Northwest Arkansas community. Registration for both events opens at 10 a.m. today.
The next lunch and learn course at Walton College at 2nd & Main in Little Rock will feature a talk about "Harnessing Artificial Intelligence in Organizations" on July 25.
This study consists of two sessions over two days, and you will receive approximately $25 based on the quality of your design.
Bailey White was selected as the winner of the 2019 Jessie O'Kelly Freshman Essay Award for her essay The Unseen Folklore of Dia de los Muertos.
University of Arkansas doctoral student Cesar Ruiz and professors Haitao Liao and Ed Pohl, along with Fuqiang Sun of Beihang University, received a "Best Paper" award for their paper.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the Sam M. Walton College of Business hosted four residential summer camps in June to introduce high school students to university life.
The program will address a shortage of highly skilled cybersecurity professionals and train students for careers in government agencies.
Jeff Dix and Morgan Ware, assistant professors of electrical engineering, each received $40,000 for six months with a one-year option period for $160,000 to develop radiation-resistant electronic components.