The Bridge Fellows Program is designed to support graduate research on gender issues in any department or college for the spring semester.
The U of A System Office has announced that eligible U of A employees will soon have access to Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection vaccines covered with no out-of-pocket expense through United Medical Resources.
The lecture and networking sessions are for senior leaders and human resource partners to engage with Dr. Charles Barber on the importance of linking belonging and leveraging diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in a transformative workforce.
Get ready for an unforgettable weekend! ReWired Fest is back on campus at Bud Walton Arena on Oct. 6-7. It's all absolutely free. Some parking lots need to be vacated this coming week.
The first season of the Weekend Starts free outdoor music series continues from 5-7 p.m. today with Drew Hutson Rogers at the Lower Ramble, across West Avenue from the Fayetteville Public Library.
All employees who receive compensation outside of the university must complete this process before that date.
The period for graduate students to apply for funding through the GPSC Tiffany Marcantonio Research Grant is open. Submit grant proposals through HogSync by midnight Oct. 29.
Four webinar sessions on cybersecurity are scheduled in October. Join any or all of them to learn about protecting your personal data. Ask questions and increase your understanding of what it means to be cybersafe.
The program encourages researchers to develop research collaborations with industry and to develop proof-of-concept research outcomes that have strong potential to secure future external funding.
Børsheim, professor of pediatrics and geriatrics at UAMS, will talk about the interplay of exercise, nutrition and metabolism in reducing obesity at 3:05 p.m. Monday at the Food Science Building.
Candrilli will read from their work at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Home Economics Auditorium, room 0102, as the 2023-24 Walton Visiting Writer in Poetry.
Gavin Miller, an honors junior from Bryant who is studying public health and biology, has been selected as the Student Leader of the Month for August.
The $9.9 million grant is intended to help improve the economic self-sufficiency of Arkansas' 14- to 18-year-old students with disabilities in bridging the gap from high school to career and independent living.
Journalism alumna Ginny Monk received the Insight Award for Explanatory Journalism during the 2023 Nonprofit News Awards for her series on the impact of evictions on children and their families.