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Northwest Arkansas Startup Weekend, Premiere Entrepreneur Event
Entrepreneurs and innovators will gather March 9-11 for Techstars Startup Weekend at the Brewer Family Entrepreneurship Hub just off the Fayetteville Square.
Walton College Hosting Business Honors Conference
Representatives from more than 30 universities from across the United States will attend the 2018 Business Honors Conference at Walton College on Monday and Tuesday, March 5-6.
Spring Business Career Fair to Feature 120 Companies
More than 120 companies will be at Bud Walton Arena on Tuesday, March 6, to meet with University of Arkansas students for the spring Business Career Fair.
U of A Team Takes First Place at Regional Competition
Mia Norton, Emma Ehlers and Kristin Birkoff won first place in the "Launching into the Next Century" category and will compete at the National Beta Alpha Psi meeting in August.
Forum: Entrepreneurs Will Wed History, Future of Entrepreneurship in Arkansas
Matt Waller, dean of Walton College, will teach the Forum: Entrepreneurs class that will explore the range of entrepreneurs in Arkansas who built Fortune 500 companies.
Potential Transfer Students Visit Walton College and Learn About Programs, Resources, Curriculum
Forty potential transfer students from NorthWest Arkansas Community College visited the Walton College of Business to learn about programs, resources and curriculum in the college.
U of A Medical Device Startup Team Wins Louisville Competition
Lapovations, led by students from the College of Engineering and Walton College, took first place at a national business plan competition.
Psychopathic Employees Thrive Under Abusive Supervisors, Study Finds
Research also suggests that abusive supervisors may empower employees with destructive characteristics that harm companies.
Participate in Nutrition Survey for Chance to Win $50 Amazon Gift Card
A Walton College of Business senior is researching student nutrition on the University of Arkansas campus. Help her gather data by taking a survey
ITRI to Recognize 23 High School Women for Computing Achievements
The eighth event of its kind, the Aspirations in Computing recognition program will be held on Tuesday, April 17, as part of the 2018 Women in Information Technology Conference.