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U of A Hosts Natural Gas Tabletop Exercise With Emergency Responders
The University of Arkansas Facilities Management Department hosted a natural gas tabletop exercise this month as part of its campus safety outreach.
Free Game Day Parking for Bicycles
The free bike valet will be available on the south side of the Arkansas Union starting 90 minutes before the 6:30 p.m. kickoff for the San Jose State game. Free bike lights will be available for the ride home.
Building Naming Dedication Held for Professors Emeriti Margaret Clark, Gordon Morgan
Two of the residence halls at the Northwest Quad were named in honor of Margaret Clark and Gordon Morgan, long-time professors at the university, on Friday.
Student Success Center to Be a Hub for Academic, Financial and Social Support
A groundbreaking ceremony is set for Thursday, Sept. 12, on the new building that will unify and house the university's student success services.
Small Business Center Opens New Office
The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center at the University of Arkansas has moved to downtown Fayetteville.
Adohi Hall Opens Creative Community to New Students
Adohi is the only residence hall in the U.S. to use cross-laminated timber and the first multi-story advanced-timber structure in Arkansas.
Research and Innovation Leadership Team, Support Staff Relocated
The core leadership team and support staff of the Office of Research and Innovation have relocated to Suite 404 in the J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. Center for Academic Excellence.
Summer Construction Projects Result in Big Changes on Campus
Summer construction on campus nears completion as the next set of projects begin.
Approval Needed to Fly Drones Over University Property
Members of the campus community are reminded they must obtain approval to fly any drones over U of A property. Find out more about requesting approval or the policy regarding drones.
Razorback Road to Reopen, Part of Maple Street Closing as Work Continues
Changes are scheduled to take effect Wednesday, Aug. 7 and will affect pedestrians and drivers as the Highway 112 project nears completion.