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Opportunities for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers New to U of A
Connect with the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer coordinator at the University of Arkansas for opportunities to participate in social events, mentor students or more.
Walton College Engages Students Through Summer Programs
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the Sam M. Walton College of Business hosted four residential summer camps in June to introduce high school students to university life.
$4.6 Million Award Creates Program to Train Cybersecurity Professionals
The program will address a shortage of highly skilled cybersecurity professionals and train students for careers in government agencies.
Researchers Pursue Radiation Resisting Tech for Electronics
Jeff Dix and Morgan Ware, assistant professors of electrical engineering, each received $40,000 for six months with a one-year option period for $160,000 to develop radiation-resistant electronic components.
U of A Bachelor of Science in Public Health Degree Among First in Nation to Be Accredited
The University of Arkansas' Bachelor of Science in Public Health degree recently became one of the first in the nation to be accredited as a stand-alone baccalaureate program.
Volunteers Needed: Welcome On-Campus Students During Move-in 2019
Campus and community volunteers are needed to help students move into their on-campus homes on two days: Saturday, Aug. 17, and Monday, Aug. 19.
Viridian Saxophone Quartet Encore Performance at Live at the Five & Dime
The second season of the "Live at the Five & Dime" outdoor concert series continues on Wednesday, July 17, with an encore performance of the Viridian Saxophone Quartet.
Warming Climate Intensifies Summer Drought in Parts of U.S., Study Finds
In regions with low soil moisture, higher temperatures create a 'feedback loop' that links the land and air, worsening droughts.
Fossil of Smallest Old World Monkey Species Discovered in Kenya
A research team including Michael Plavcan discovered Nanopithecus browni near Kanapoi, Kenya, far from the habitat of other guenons.
Last Chance! Nominate Staff for Employee of the 4th Quarter
Today, July 15, is the last day to nominate staff employees in recognition of outstanding service to the university for the fourth quarter: April, May and June.