When Carroll Bentley was 19, his life was in a moment of transition. College was impossible. Years later as a single father, though, he took the leap and has successfully earned a degree in psychology.
The College of Education and Health Professions recently named Angela Chang Chiu, Sara Hensley and Lynn Meade as 2022 Outstanding Alumni Award winners.
Researchers are interested in examining how couples navigate the transition to parenthood and all of the emotional and physiological changes this important, yet stressful, transition may bring.
The Sam M. Walton College of Business recognized three exceptional alumni — Cathy Gates, Lisa Barrentine and Shelley Simpson — and over 90 students for outstanding achievement.
The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022-23 Teaching Improvement and Student Success Grants.
College of Education and Health Professions Dean Brian Primack recently honored 2021-22 outstanding faculty award winners at an end-of-year celebration event.
The May JEDI Hour will feature Gonzalo Camp, mental health clinician and outreach coordinator with the Pat Walker Health Center, on the topic "Mental Health Awareness: Be Kind to Yourself."
To participate, you must be a graduate assistant at the U of A between 18-35 years old, with normal or corrected-to-normal vision and who currently uses and is proficient with a Windows-based computer.
The director of the Service Learning Initiative serves a three-year term and collaborates with a team of faculty to promote the intiative.
If you are between the ages of 18 and 55 years old, are not currently taking anti-anxiety medication and have not used CBD in the past 30 days, you may be eligible to participate.
Christofer Baldwin, Allie Ivy and April Jules each took part in this real-world experience, using their classroom and laboratory knowledge to support investments in biopharmaceutical companies.
On May 4, 2022, Wallace Fowler, a former U of A student who went on to become one of Arkansas’ most influential executive, passed away, just two weeks after his wife of 65 years, Jama.
Alumna Lillie Haddock has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to Australia to study the role of water markets in managing climate change and low-water availability.
Eric Specking, assistant dean of enrollment and retention in the College of Engineering, has been selected to participate in the INCOSE Technical Leadership Institute.
Ten U of A students were recently recognized by the National Science Foundation with six earning Graduate Research Fellowships.