Lizbeth Hernandez Photo by Chieko Hara

#MyPathToSeniorWalk: Lizbeth Hernandez Finds Her Footing

Hernandez, a Nashville, Arkansas, native and accounting major, is a first-generation student who has found her footing at the U of A after earning her associate's degree at Cossatot Community College. 

The Office of Innovation for Education to Host Annual Education Innovation Rally

At the 2024 Innovation Rally, individuals, teams and organizations will step beyond conventional boundaries and approaches and embrace a collaborative approach to problem-solving.

Today is Deadline to Apply for Ghana Study Abroad Scholarships

Learn how exploring African and African American Studies at the U of A can change your life, help you study aboard and provide scholarships. Scholarship deadlines are coming up on March 1; learn more now.

Celebrate Arkansas Archeology Month

This year there are 45 events taking place at state parks, survey research stations, libraries, historical societies, museums and other locations throughout the state.

Apply Now for a Women's Giving Circle Grant

Proposals should include work that supports the three pillars of the 150 Forward Strategic Plan and fall within the scope of the Women's Giving Circle funding priorities.

Nominate an Outstanding Staff Team Today

Have you noticed a team that has gone above and beyond to make the U of A a better place?

Pryor Center's John C. Davis Releases New Book on Historic Partisan Shift in Arkansas

Drawing from interviews Davis conducted of elected officials, party activists, journalists and other scholars — as well as polling data and other secondary sources — the book provides a comprehensive accounting of the decades-long effort by the GOP in Arkansas from perennial political underdog in a one-party state to becoming the dominant majority party in Arkansas.

Bumpers College's Munch Madness Returns, Supporting Full Circle Food Pantry

Bumpers College's Munch Madness is a tournament full of select food qualifiers. Everyone is welcome to participate in voting for their favorite dishes in head-to-head matchups leading to the Final Feast and ultimately the Dominant Dish.

Make Plans to Spend Summer on the Hill and Take Summer Courses

Registration for the summer semester and May and August intersessions begins April 1, and students can register during their normal registration period.

Get Your 10 With the VAC

The Volunteer Action Center (VAC) is hosting a week of volunteer events March 4 - 9 to encourage students to get 10 service hours and join the VAC!

Early Career Investigator Award Workshop to Be Hosted by Division of Research and Innovation

The Division of Research and Innovation is hosting an annual workshop for untenured faculty who are considering early career grant proposals.

Left to right: Jason Guynes, Adam Herring and Rachel Debuque Provided by candidates

School of Art Director Candidates to Present to Campus

Three candidates for the position of director of the School of Art in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences - Jason Guynes, Adam Herring and Rachel Debuque - will hold open forums on March 4, 7 and 11, respectively.

Kim Awa (left) and Kent Hubert Photo by University Relations

AI Outperforms Humans in Standardized Tests of Creative Potential

GPT-4 scored higher than human participants in three tests designed to measure divergent thinking, an indicator of creative potential. 

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Fulbright College's Paul D. Adams to Give Prestigious Lecture at Indiana State University

Adams' lecture will highlight findings from his research at the U of A and is titled "Biophysical and Biochemical Approaches to Characterize Novel Molecular Details That Influence Ras-Related Protein Cell Signaling Function." 

Kati Rod during her study abroad experience. Rod studied at the Rome Center, where she "gained a new perspective on history and how it has shaped intercultural and country relationships." Photo Submitted

U of A Student Discovers 'Experience of a Lifetime' at Rome Center

Kati Rod, a double major in international business management and agricultural business, was able to experience a study abroad opportunity at the U of A's Rome Center that gave her a new perspective on history. 

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