The seminar course will investigate how the Holocaust continues to affect society today, including through the lenses of music, gaming, immigration law, mathematics, African and African American studies and more.
The celebration reception for U of A first-generation college students and their families will be held at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15, with remarks and stole ceremony at 5:30 p.m. RSVP to attend.
Razorback Athletics would like to extend a special ticket offer to all U of A faculty and staff for five games during the holidays. Enjoy special ticket pricing of only $3 for five women's basketball games.
Lambda Pi Eta, the honor society for communication majors, welcomed 43 new members in the fall 2023 cohort, chosen for their academic achievements.
Looking for one more course for the spring? Consider enrolling in ITAL 1113: Italian for Romance Language Speakers I or ITAL 2113: Italian for Romance Language Speakers II.
Ruegsegger, a fourth-year anthropology student, collected botanical species from the Oak Knoll site, a mixed landscape of oak savanna, tallgrass prairie, wetlands, dry uplands and Cato Springs Creek.
Faculty and staff in the College of Education and Health Professions nominate colleagues to recognize "those who go above and beyond their job requirements and demonstrate extraordinary care."
Arkansas News, the daily summary of U of A news sent via email to students, faculty, staff and other subscribers, will have a slightly reduced schedule during the remainder of the calendar year.
The U of A will celebrate its fall graduating class with two ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 16, in Bud Walton Arena. Nearly 1,900 students will graduate this December.