The Arkansas-based firm contributed $100,000 to create scholarships plus internship opportunities for Arkansas students studying architecture and engineering.
Full Circle Food Pantry is looking for extra help from staff and faculty during the weeks of Jan. 8 and Jan. 16 so our student team can move back to campus and prepare for their spring semester. Sign up now.
The League of American Bicyclists recently announced the U of A's Gold award designation as a part of the Bicycle Friendly University program. Only 30 institutions nationwide have achieved Gold status.
As finals approach, the University Libraries have teamed up with partners across campus to offer study breaks in the east lobby of Mullins Library that are free and open to all U of A students.
Beginning today, Dec. 4, BloxOne Threat Defense will be implemented to help protect the campus community from malware, exploits, phishing, data exfiltration and ransomware.
Tracy G. Anthony of Rutgers University will present a lecture on "Dietary Amino Acid Restriction and Health Span" at 3 p.m. today, Dec. 4, in the Department of Food Science.
Play Day will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday in the Arkansas Union Connections Lounge. Learn how to practice relaxing techniques during one of CAPS' favorite and most popular events of the year.
The market will offer artwork in various mediums and media areas, including ceramics, drawings, paintings, photography, printmaking and much more this Saturday and Sunday at the Studio and Design Center.
The Inspirational Chorale is excited to host its annual "Sounds of the Season" concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7, at the U of A Faulkner Performing Arts Center. The concert is free but tickets must be reserved.
The University Symphony concert will feature soloist Katelyn Halbert performing Elizabeth Raum's "Sherwood Legend," conducted by John Jeter, and "Egmont Overture" conducted by graduate student Yoshio Yamashita.
The National Institutes of Health awarded Xuan Zhuang, assistant professor of biological sciences, one of its R15 grants, which will provide three years of independent research to understand trait variation and evolution.
Junior Kaitlyn Picard came to the U of A to study food science-culinary arts and hospitality management. She is involved in the Razorback Marching Band and the Food Science Club.