The Office of Study Abroad is celebrating the life-changing opportunities that international education has provided U of A students and alumni. Submit your story of international study.
This six-session series offers a fun and informative way for all faculty to learn methods to inspire, manage and professionally develop their mentees.
An honors course will be offered in the fall that will look at the social networks and structure of relationships in ancient Rome and neighboring areas.
A $100,000 gift will create a new scholarship for Sam M. Walton College of Business students who graduated from high schools in Lonoke or Pulaski counties.
Students with a 4.0 GPA qualify for the Chancellor’s List; students with averages between 3.75 and 4.0 are named to the Dean’s List.
A U of A research team, in conjunction with researchers at the Max Planck Institute and Beijing Academy, has discovered polarization vortices in two-dimensional ferroelectrics.
Becca Clifton, director of the Walton Conference Hub and Facilities, has been named employee of the year by the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
The Department of Food Science and the Center for Human Nutrition are recruiting adults between the ages of 25-50 years to participate in a nutrition study related to time-restricted feeding.
Upcoming programs focus on lessons learned by experienced business professionals and the core business knowledge of local startups.
Disparities in spending on students with disabilities account for 39 percent of the average per-pupil charter school funding gap, according to research by a team based at the U of A.
The campus Sexual and Relationship Violence Center of the Pat Walker Health Center is seeking appointed staff and faculty volunteers to serve as after-hours response advocates. Apply by Aug. 4.
Dereje Woldegiorgis and Yuqi Wei, doctoral students in electrical engineering, earned best presentations at the Applied Power Electronics Conference held virtually June 14-17.
The HIP Escape Room will be available from now through Friday. Discussions of high-impact educational practices will also be held from 9 a.m. to noon Friday in the Arkansas Union Ballroom.
Express your artistic side with University Programs at Craft Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday, July 29, on the Arkansas Union Mall.
Dave Dawson, who has served as the registrar for the U of A for the last 11 years, is now the new campus project manager for Workday Student.