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Social and Demographic Factors Linked to Charitable Giving in Recent Study
Characteristics that predict higher levels of giving include age, sex, political affiliation, trust and social connectedness.
UAMS Physical Therapy Students Practice in U of A Nursing Simulation Labs
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences students in the physical therapy program visited the the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing to run through practice scenarios in simulation labs.
Teacher Education Career Fair
The Teacher Education Career Fair, for all students seeking employment opportunities within the education industry, will be from 3:30-6:30 p.m. April 3, in the Arkansas Union Ballroom.
New Administrative Assistant Training Program Teaches Essential Office Skills
The nine-week program will train participants in crucial office, computer and clerical skills. Scholarships are available to those eligible.
SEC and ACC Virtual Career Fair
The University Career Development Center will host the SEC and ACC Online Virtual Career Fair on April 3-4. Upload your resume for this event ahead of time.
U of A Professor Emeritus of Art John Newman Shares Visual Journey at Art Ventures Gallery
The School of Art celebrates the exhibition of John Newman Retrospective: Visual Stories of Shared Experiences at Art Ventures in downtown Fayetteville, on exhibit now through March 31.
World Trade Center Arkansas Seeking State Business Input on Tariff Impact
Arkansas businesses are being asked to comment on the affects proposed tariffs will have on their operations.
Deadline for Undergraduate Researchers to Submit to Discovery Journal Is May 2
Degree-seeking undergraduate students with a major or minor within Bumpers College conducting research are encouraged to submit their papers by the deadline, May 2.
Grad Student Dobbins One of 30 USDA Diversity Program Winners
Catherine "Katie" Dobbins, a master's degree student, was one of just 10 graduate students named winners of this year's USDA Student Diversity Program.
Future Math Teacher Adds Managing Basketball Team to Equation
Blake Rudolph juggles numbers along with finishing a master's degree, learning to teach and coach, and serving the Razorback basketball team as a manager.