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Paid Alcoholic Drink Evaluation Study
If you are a current drinker between 21 to 28 years of age you may be eligible to participate in an evaluation of a new alcoholic beverage.
Volunteers Needed for Study of Work Experiences of Persons With Health Conditions or Disabilities
Working adults who have a mental or physical health condition, impairment, or disability that has lasted or is expected to last at least 12 months are needed for a study. Compensation will be provided.
PA7 Training - Evaluating Performance
University Human Resources will be offering PA7 Training on the Evaluation Process for Classified Employees on April 23 and May 7.
Dr. Brian Primack Named College of Education and Health Professions Dean
Primack, a medical doctor, former teacher and dean of the University of Pittsburgh Honors College, will take the helm of the College of Education and Health Professions on July 1.
Russian Pianist, Local Dancer to Perform at U of A's Faulkner Center
Ilya Yakushev classical program will include a dance performance by Lindsey Strok to Tchaikovsky’s Sentimental Waltz, Friday, April 26.
'Environmental STEMinism' Video Wins Big at Planet Forward Storyfest Contest
Two University of Arkansas student producers will take a 10-day storytelling voyage through the Galápagos Islands, documenting plastic pollution.
Craig Brooks Named Theatre's 2018-2019 Distinguished Alumnus
Craig Brooks, professional television producer, will receive this year's Department of Theatre Distinguished Alumnus award.
Rahim AlHaj Trio Brings Middle Eastern Music to Faulker Center April 19
AlHaj, an Iraqi refugee and master of the oud, will give a lecture on his musical and political struggles April 18 at the Fayetteville Public Library.
U of A Classical Studies Students Triumph at National Convention
Four U of A students won the national Certamen Classics College Quiz Bowl, and one student on the team was elected president of Eta Sigma Phi, the Classics Honorary Society.
U of A Nursing Student Serves as Translator on Mission Trip Along the Amazon River
Kelly Ribeiro, a student in the R.N. to B.S.N. program at the university's Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, recently served as a translator on a mission trip along the Amazon River.