The Class of 2023 for the Arkansas Alumni Association’s National Board of Directors began work on July 1.
The Graduate-Professional Student Congress donated nearly $1,000 worth of food and other needed products to the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Campus Food Pantry.
Steven C. Ricke, director of the Center for Food Safety, will receive National Chicken Council Broiler Research Award at the annual Poultry Science Association virtual meeting this month.
Doctoral graduate Tyler K. Chafin was awarded a three-year, NSF "rules of life" post-doctoral fellowship with a focus on interdisciplinary research using biological collections.
American Red Cross President and CEO Gail McGovern presented the organization's Red Cross Young Adult Leader Award to Wesley Smith, president of the U of A Red Cross RSO, via video.
The Suzuki Music School of Arkansas is accepting students ages 5-13 for their 2020 summer music camps. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, this year's camps will be held online through Zoom.
Donald DuRousseau, who has 20 years of technology experience, has joined IT Services as director of research computing on June 29.
Sarah Brasche, an undergraduate student majoring in finance, is studying the effects of U of A changes in required mandatory contributions to retirement savings and wants the help of employees.
Stephen Tycer, who has a strong background in corporate IT security, has been named the new chief information security officer at the University of Arkansas, effective today, June 29.
Students and staff now have full complimentary access to The New York Times via www.nytimes.com and Times mobile apps, thanks to subscription through the ASG Readership Program.
Employees will be required to complete a daily self-assessment verifying they have no COVID-19 symptoms or are working remotely.
The Arkansas Union will reopen its entire facility beginning Monday, July 6. Hill Coffee Company will also re-open on Monday, July 6, with a limited menu. Club Red Union remains open 8 a.m.to 2 p.m. weekdays.
The U of A School of Art recently hosted the second annual summer workshop for high school students that concluded with an online exhibition, 'Together Apart.'
Civil engineering doctoral student Samuel Hodges has earned the American Water Scholarship to further his research into sample gathering technology for use in drinking water.
Inaugural Vice Chancellor Stacy Leeds is stepping down from the post after three years to focus on research and several writing projects.