The supply chain department in the Sam M. Walton College of Business has been renamed the J.B. Hunt Transport Department of Supply Chain Management.
Elswick, Gamiao, Gianfagna, Hambrick, Johnston, Lovett, O'Hara, Olszewski, Pennese, Rogers, Scalzo and Smith have been named to the Women's Collegiate Gymnastics Association Scholar All-Americans.
Rupesh Kariyat, associate professor of crop entomology with the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, researches the principles of natural defense to find innovative pest management strategies.
TechStars Startup Weekend is immersive foray into the world of startups, with 54 hours of thinking, working and building like a startup. The mentorship will be Aug. 26-28 at the Pryor Center in downtown Fayetteville.
Lyrique Quintette — made up of Ronda Mains, Theresa Delaplain, Nophachai Cholthitchanta, Lia Uribe and Katelyn Halbert — gave masterclasses and performed during a residency in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Talent Development Department provides U of A employees the opportunity to attend monthly DEI trainings facilitated by the IDEALS Institute.
The jazz program offers a wide range of ensemble opportunities in jazz, world and popular music. All instruments and all majors are welcome to audition and participate.
Adult tickets are only $5, and kids 17 and under get in free. U of A students also receive complimentary admission by entering the student gate located off Stadium Drive.
Joshua Gilgen, who worked for the Office of Sponsored Programs since 2020, will be the new fiscal manager for the Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering.
Intro to Digital Humanities will be offered from 2-3:20 p.m. this semester and will explore the myriad intellectual, technological and aesthetic phenomena emerging between the humanities and the digital.
Students in Spanish Service Learning Can Help Mitigate Pandemic Impact on Latino Elementary Students
The class offers students an empowering curriculum for social change, covering topics such as engaged scholarship, Latino education in the U.S. and bilingual education.
Research by Danielle Graham, an assistant professor of poultry science, will be used to identify methods to prevent disease and improve poultry intestinal health and welfare.
Razorback Athletics welcomes students and families for the 2022-23 academic year by opening the plaza area of Reynolds Razorback Stadium from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Saturday.
IT Services will have a retirement celebration at 1 p.m. Monday in ADSB 240 to honor her 26 years of service and dedication to improving the university.
Putu Pujiantari, a doctoral student in environmental dynamics, will use the fellowship for research into primate feeding in Borneo and further study into their feeding adaptations in changing climates and habitats.