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Marlon Blackwell Elected as American Academy of Arts and Letters Member
University of Arkansas architecture professor Marlon Blackwell has been elected to become a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
International Women Celebrated in Multiple Events March 8
The U of A will celebrate International Women's Day on Monday with a photo exhibition, a panel discussion, a thank-you booth and a global fashion show and keynote speaker Veronica Campbell-Brown.
Law Professor Examines the Concept and Use of Term 'Settled Law'
Law professor Alex Nunn has published a new article, "Settled Law," that appears in the Virginia Law Review.
Chancellor Steinmetz Addresses Impact of COVID-19 in Op-Ed for Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Chancellor Joe Steinmetz provided an opinion article addressing the effect that COVID-19 has had on college students and a worrisome trend affecting their desire and ability to attend college.
Health, Human Performance and Recreation Mourns Passing of Professor Emeritus Charles Riggs
Charles Elmer "C.E." Riggs Jr., 75, a professor emeritus of exercise science for 27 years, passed away in February following a lengthy illness.
Department of Music Celebrates Women's History Month With 2021 SHE Festival of Women in Music
The third annual SHE Festival of Women in Music includes a lineup of stellar performers, composers and pedagogues beginning this coming week.
Last Call for Applicants: Paid Faculty Program
The U of A Libraries and Global Campus offer faculty compensation to reduce the cost of textbooks for their students by using Open Educational Resources. Schedule a consultation on the process.
New Bilingual Interpreter Credential Available to Professionals in School Settings
A new credential is available to Arkansans who want to be professional oral language interpreters in educational settings that serve children from birth through 12th grade.
College of Engineering Annual Food Drive
Tau Beta Pi and the College of Engineering Staff Council are excited to host another canned food drive! All proceeds will go to the Full Circle Food Pantry. This event is running through March 12.
48 Employers Will Be Hiring Students at Fay Jones School Virtual Career Fair Next Week
The University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design Virtual Career Fair has been rescheduled to 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, March 9. Register via Airmeet.