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Hog Heaven Holding Three-Day Surplus Sale for U of A Employees
The sale is open to all University of Arkansas faculty, staff, friends and family with some items discounted as much as 40 percent.
Campus, Community Invited to Join ASG and Black Students Association for Annual MLK Vigil Monday
ASG and the Black Students Association invite the campus and community to celebrate and remember the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the annual vigil at noon Monday, Jan. 18, virtually at asg.uark.edu.
University of Arkansas Press Announces New Books for Spring
New books in history, poetry, queer studies, literature, and art are some of the UA Press’s spring 2021 offerings.
Graduate Student in Occupational Therapy Receives Benjamin Franklin Lever Fellowship
Kylie Hayes, a first-year graduate student in the occupational therapy doctoral program, has been awarded the university's Benjamin Franklin Lever Tuition Fellowship.
New Edition of Sport Public Relations Textbook Offers Online Learning Tools
The third edition of the textbook Sport Public Relations reflects the evolution of the field with modern applications across a wide range of media channels.
Alumnus Seth French Selected for International Literacy Association's 30 Under 30 Class
Seth French, a recent University of Arkansas graduate, was selected for the International Literacy Association's 30 Under 30 Class.
Partnership Aims to Grow Data Science Pipeline in Arkansas
Arkansas high school students will have the opportunity to pursue courses in data science through a revised curriculum, an effort led by U of A professor of practice Karl Schubert.
Human Resources Announces Two Free Certificate Programs
Two certificate programs — one for supervisor development and a second for professional development — are free to attend for all U of A employees.
Submit Your Hog Calls, Cheers and Chants!
Submit videos of yourself Calling the Hogs, pumping up the crowd, chanting Go Hogs Go, or any other cheering video to Razorback Athletics.
Honorary Degree Nominations Open Through Feb. 19
An honorary degree is awarded to a living individual who has achieved extraordinary distinction in a career that has affected the lives of others through scholarly achievement, public service or philanthropy.