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'Live at the Five & Dime' Features Hogtown Hot Club May 27
The third season of the "Live at the Five & Dime" concert series continues online today, May 27, with Hogtown Hot Club, playing Parisian swing jazz of the 1930s and '40s.
New Online Exhibition Created by School of Art Students Now Available
School of Art visiting assistant professor Oh Mee Lee taught the course Materials Across Asia this spring in collaboration with the University of Arkansas Museum.
Doctoral Student in Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies Receives Humanities Award
Samual McMillen, doctoral candidate in the comparative literature and cultural studies, has received a 2020 James J. Hudson Doctoral Award in the Humanities from the Graduate School.
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.
Students Gain Professional Skills and Make Connections Through Blue Waters Internship Program
Alaina Edwards and John McGarigal interned at Blue Waters, where they could develop strong computational skills in high performance computing and advance their knowledge and skills.
Special Journal on Crisis Communication Highlights Spialek's Research
Research by Matthew Spialek, assistant professor of communication, validates the need for an assessment of citizen disaster communication and the role it could play dealing with disasters.
Doctoral Student in Math Earns Top Post-Doc Placements at Max Planck Institute and Princeton
Alumnus Jean Pierre Mutanguha has been selected for a post-doctoral placement at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics followed by a second at Princeton University.
Live at the Five and Dime Presents Er-Gene Kahng Tonight
Er-Gene Kahng, professor of violin, will play both parts of Jean-Marie Leclair's "Sonata for Two Violins" at 5 p.m. today as part of the Live at the Five & Dime.
Seven Faculty Members Selected to Participate in Paid Course Conversion Program
Jennifer Beasley, Myra Haulmark, Lynn Meade, Laurie Apple, Claretha Hughes, Sheila Smith and Jonathan Marion will participate in the paid Open Educational Resources Course Conversion Program.
Student and Staff Medics of National Guard Reinforce Hospital Testing
Students in health-related majors answer the call to help Arkansans and the medical community during the COVID-19 Pandemic.