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Landscape Architecture Professor Appointed Visiting Professor, Wins Sustainability Award
Carl Smith will be a visiting professor at the University of Sheffield School of Architecture. He was also awarded the 2020 Green Medal Sustainability Award by Garden Communicators International.
Enroll in Honors Adolescent Development Today
The Honors Adolescent Development course will be taught on Thursday afternoons during the second 8-week session of the fall semester. Learn how to work with children and families.
U of A Bookstore to Launch New Adoption Portal Soon
The Barnes & Noble College Adoption & Insights Portal will be your source for researching, adopting and sharing insights about textbooks and course materials. A demo is available.
Call for Proposals: The Daniel E. Ferritor Award for Departmental Excellence in Teaching
The winning department will receive $10,000 and a trophy, as well as having the unit name placed on a traveling university plaque housed in that department for one year. Apply by Dec. 18.
University Enrollment Sees Uptick; Graduate School Hits Record Number
University enrollment rose among diverse groups and Arkansas residents and saw its largest jump among graduate school enrollees.
Newly Elected Faculty Senate Leadership Ready for Challenges Ahead
The Faculty Senate of the University of Arkansas elected a new Executive Committee leadership team at the conclusion of their Sept. 9 meeting.
History Department and Libraries' Open Educational Resources Save U of A Students $50,000
The project will reduce the average cost of books used in HIST 2003 and HIST 2013 by 25% for students who take the core curriculum American history courses this year.
College of Education and Health Professions Site Enhances Online Teaching, Enables Collaboration
Professors in the College of Education and Health Professions are sharing online teaching expertise divided into three sections: organizing, interacting and evaluating.
Conservatism Is Focus of Upcoming Honors College Lecture
Jay P. Greene, distinguished professor and chair of the department of education reform, will discuss conservative thought past and present.
Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center Announces September Virtual Presentations
The Teaching and Faculty Support Center will host four virtual presentations during the month of September with professors Janine Parry, Jeannie Whayne, Dave Fredrick and Stephanie Schulte.