The Honors College Path Program is a mentoring initiative that supports exceptional students from underrepresented populations.
The Department of Food Science is recruiting families (defined as at least one parent/guardian) with at least one child between the ages of 6-12 years to participate in a nutrition study.
The Arkansas Teacher Corps, a program of the College of Education and Health Professions, completed Summer Institute teacher training with its sixth group of fellowship recipients.
A brief but violent storm that swept through Fayetteville on Monday, damaging turfgrass research structures at the Arkansas Agricultural Research and Extension Center.
Effective Wednesday, July 18, faculty and staff can dial long-distance from campus telephones without using a long-distance authorization code.
The Administrative Services Building Data Center and Cherwell could be affected by maintenance scheduled over the next week.
The Department of Food Science and the Center for Human Nutrition are recruiting children between the ages of 7-14 years to participate in a nutrition study.
The Office of Student Activities invites members of the campus community to volunteer for HillFest 2018 and Razorbash 2018.
Postmenopausal women (12-plus months after last reported menstrual cycle and no older than 85) are needed to participate in the SHAPE study.
The UAteach program at the University of Arkansas graduated its first two future computer science teachers — Chris Malone and Nate Vogel — in May.
Applications are available for faculty and staff who wish to be mentors for LGBTQ-plus students as well as for students who wish to be mentored.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences recently installed a liquid helium recovery system.
The application for Family of the Year is now open to all U of A students enrolled for fall and who meet co-curricular requirements. Deadline to apply is noon Aug. 27.
Summer camp is the first time many of the Arkansas PROMISE project youth participants with disabilities have been away from home or their families and their first exposure to a college campus.
Grace Vehige of Bonnots Mill, Missouri, and Kelby Biswell of Lincoln have been recognized as scholars after receiving AFA scholarships.