The new Fellows are Jennifer Beasley, Eunjoo Cho, David D. Christian, Kathy Comfort, Nathan Kemper, William F. McComas, Ashlea Bennett Milburn and Kelly Sullivan.
This year's recipients include Lonnie Powers, Dalton Person, KenDrell Collins, Col. Conley Meredith, Kandice Bell, Autumn Tolbert, Rose Law Firm and The Law Group of NWA.
Three professors will work with Little Rock on place-based strategies to reduce violence. The project will focus on Stephens Elementary and the broader community around it.
There are no plans to eliminate any routes, but bus passengers should know that a shortage in bus drivers may limit the frequency of bus arrivals on any given day.
The U of A has implemented a forced parking pilot for e-scooters, requiring them to be parked at marked scooter corrals, bike racks or at designated bus stops only. Don't block the walk.
Justin Beal will present a lecture about his recently published book, Sandfuture, at 4 p.m., Monday, Jan. 24, in Ken and Linda Sue Shollmier Hall, Room 250 of Vol Walker Hall.
Attend the On-Campus & Summer Job Fair from 1-4 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 20, in the Arkansas Union International Connections Lounge and meet with 16 departments now hiring students.
Fulbright College is accepting scholarship applications for the 2022-23 academic year. Deadline for general college scholarships is Feb. 15. Deadline for study abroad scholarships is Feb. 1.
Help the Department of Supply Chain Management keep this prestigious ranking of No. 1 in the nation by participating in this year's survey.
Researchers studied the Loess Canyons ecoregion to quantify the effects of prescribed fires designed to kill invasive species and restore grasslands and grassland birds.
Alumna Hannah LaReau-Rankin knows it's essential to weave the arts into early childhood and elementary education and would like to see more creativity incorporated into older students' curriculum, too.
The newly built Student Success Center is officially open and will host an open house from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21. Stop by the welcome desk for more information or sign-up online for a tour. The open house commemorates the 150th anniversary of the first day of classes at the university, held on Jan. 22, 1872.
Several campus leaders will join Interim Chancellor Charles Robinson for a Spring 2022 Town Hall Discussion to help kick off the semester.