Stephen Lair visits with Josi Chavez in 2016 during the Honors Recognition Reception and Ceremony for the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design. Photo by Ironside Photography

Stephen Lair Gifts Fulfill Education Dreams for Fay Jones School Students

U of A alumnus has established four scholarships that provide funds for students in undergraduate and graduate programs, totaling more than $1.25 million.

Mock Trial Summer Workshop

The Undergraduate Mock Trial program invites students to a summer workshop from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 19 in Kimpel Hall. Attendees will learn all about the program.

UARK Leaders Accepting Nominations for Fifth Cohort

The program establishes a cohort that represents a cross-section of university leaders who will work together to lead the campus community more effectively. Nominations are due by 5 p.m. July 15.

World Languages Department, Community Commemorate Dr. Hope L. Christiansen

Christiansen, associate professor of world languages, literatures and cultures at the U of A for more than 33 years, passed away June 4, 2024.

Food Science Grad Students Recognized at American Oil Chemists' Society Meeting

Arda Tuhanioglu, Sumanjot Kaur and Nafisa Sadaf, all U of A graduate students in food science, won first place in competition at the American Oil Chemists' Society Annual Meeting and Expo in May.

Distinguished Historian Randall Woods to Speak on John Quincy Adams

Historian Randall Woods will give a talk about his newest book, John Quincy Adams: A Man for the Whole People, at 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 28, at the Fayetteville Public Library.

Retirement Celebration for Helene Wommack

After 11 years of dedicated service and countless contributions to our Greek Life community, Wommack has decided to embark on the next chapter of her life.

Gift Administration Office Moves to New Location

The Gift Administration Office with the Division of University Advancement has relocated to 481 S. Shiloh Drive. The team looks forward to welcoming colleagues and visitors to the new location.

Fulbright College Announces 2024 Inclusive Excellence Scholarship Winners and Ambassadors

The Inclusive Excellence team recently awarded several Inclusive Excellence Scholarships and selected the Fulbright College Student Ambassadors for the 2024-25 academic year.

Inaugural Arkansas International Writer-at-Risk Anticipates First Novel

Nigerian author and inaugural Arkansas International Writer-at-Risk Fellow Uchenna Awoke's first book, The Liquid Eye of a Moon, will come out this summer in the US and UK.

Office of Play Therapy Director Kristi Perryman Earns Counselor Educator Advocate Award

The award from the Association for Child and Adolescent Counseling honors counselor educators who exemplify advocacy and outreach, are leaders for change and have a history of mentoring.

Vernon Richardson will be awarded the 2024 Outstanding Accounting Educator Award by the American Accounting Association in Washington, D.C. Photo Submitted

Walton College Professor to Be Awarded Outstanding Accounting Educator

The American Accounting Association's Outstanding Accounting Educator Award recognizes educators who have contributed significantly to accounting education or other accounting educators.

Clockwise from top left: Yue Zhao, Alan Mantooth, Jingxian Wu, Juan Carlos Balda and Xiangbo Meng. Photo Submitted

UA Power Group Faculty Ranked Among Top 2% of Scientists Worldwide

Yue Zhao, Alan Mantooth, Jingxian Wu, Juan Carlos Balda and Xiangbo Meng are named in a Stanford University report as being among the top researchers based on outcomes, citations and influence.

Bob Korpella, front row, left, calls the Hogs last year with his family and friends at his home under construction at Mountain Home. Mandel Samuels, front row, right, teaching assistant professor in the Human Resource and Workforce Development degree program, presented Korpella's framed diploma for a master's degree. Former state Rep. Jack Fortner of Yellville, back row, far left, also attended the presentation June 27. University of Arkansas

Razorbug Zipping Through Arkansas Countryside Delivering Diplomas to Online Students

The Razorbug is back on the road for the third Razorbug Diploma Tour, traveling scenic backroads in bucolic settings to deliver framed diplomas to U of A graduates who earned their degrees online.

Honors Arkansas Publishes Multi-Disciplinary Book on Human Privacy Photo Submitted

Honors Arkansas Publishes Multi-Disciplinary Book on Human Privacy

The alliance of honors programs across the state, Honors Arkansas, has published a comprehensive discussion on human privacy inspired by an honors intersession course.

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