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NSF I-Corps Site for Faculty and Student Researchers With an Interest in Commercialization
The Innovation Corps Site will fund faculty and student researchers who want to vet the promise of new technologies during a 10-week summer training program.
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.
Classes Help Professionals Enhance Project Management, Innovation Skills
Professionals can elevate their skills by learning the Agile/Scrum methodology and innovative management techniques.
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.
World Trade Center Arkansas to Lead Trade Mission to Caribbean
The World Trade Center Arkansas will lead a trade mission for Arkansas companies interested in Caribbean markets May 6-10.
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.
World Trade Center Arkansas Attends Agriculture Conferences; NAFTA Emphasized
Arkansas leaders convened multiple times in the past seven days in Jonesboro to stress the importance of Arkansas agriculture and the impact of NAFTA on Arkansas growers.
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.
World Trade Center Arkansas to Attend 2018 Agribusiness Conference
The 2018 Agribusiness Conference is convening industry leaders, officials and executives today in Jonesboro to discuss the biggest issues and impacts to agriculture.