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Honors College Fellow Wins Award, Publication from Arkansas Historical Association
Honors College Fellow Jacob Huneycutt has won the prestigious Violet B. Gingles Award for a paper investigating a contentious 1901 split in the Arkansas Baptist State Convention.
Student Selected for NSF Fellowship and Department of Defense Fellowship
Julia Loshelder, a senior honors civil engineering major, has been selected for two prestigious research fellowships.
U of A Honors College Announces 2020 Bodenhamer Fellows
Six incoming students have been named Bodenhamer Fellows, earning $72,000 each in fellowships for education, research and study abroad.
Pilot Program Offers Virtual International Internships for Summer Students
This exploratory program allows students to put travel concerns aside to develop meaningful international connections with companies, NGOs, health and education organizations.
Fulbright College Celebrates 2020 Scholars Who Graduated With a 4.0 GPA
More than 4,830 U of A students graduated this spring and 45 of those new alumni graduated from Fulbright College, after maintaining a perfect 4.0 GPA.
Honors College Accepting Student Applications for Research Grants
Honors students seeking research funding are encouraged to apply for the Honors College Research Grant, which is designed to support a broad range of topics.
U of A Student Receives Recognition From Udall Scholarship Foundation
Sophie Hill, a University of Arkansas honors junior from Bentonville, has received an honorable mention from the Morris K. and Stewart L. Udall Scholarship Foundation.
Fay Jones School Honors Student Studies Architecture Through Aydelott Travel Award
After spending 100 days traveling abroad last summer, one Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design student is now sharing his research and his journey.
Architecture Student David Sweere Wins 2019 Aydelott Prize for Travel Research
David Sweere, a University of Arkansas architecture student, has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Aydelott Prize, the top honor in a four-university travel research program.
4,830 Graduates to Be Recognized With Commencement Site, Stadium Lighting
The University of Arkansas is celebrating its 4,830 spring graduates through a commencement website and lighting of Razorback Stadium.