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U of A Events to Kick off Celebration of Inclusion and Diversity in Arkansas
A variety of activities, lectures and on-going campus initiatives mark the start of the U of A’s expanded focus on inclusion and diversity.
Global Series Kick-Off in Holcombe Hall With India and Pakistan
Discover India and Pakistan during this month's Holcombe Global Series. The presentation starts at 8 p.m. today, Wednesday, Aug. 29, in Holcombe Hall's living room.
Indigenous People's Week in October
The Native American Student Association, Native American Symposium Committee, Mont Alto Orchestra, and University Libraries invite you to join them the week of Oct. 8-12 to celebrate Indigenous People's Week.
New UA Press Book Collects Rarely Seen Images From Depression-Era Arkansas
It’s All Done Gone author Patsy G. Watkins, U of A journalism professor emeritus, will sign books at the Fayetteville Public Library on Sept. 26.
Sculpture Studio Gallery Hosts Exhibition "EL PERDIDO"; by Patrick Beaulieu with Alexis Pernet
The talents of Beaulieu and Pernet will be on display at the Sculpture Studio Gallery located at 744 S. Hill Ave., Aug. 16-31, with the opening reception from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Aug. 16.
Faulkner Center Announces Single Ticket Sales and Mobile App Launch
The new app is a one-stop destination for information on the Faulkner Performing Arts Center for this season and beyond.
Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative Draws Native American Youth
The 5th annual leadership summit was held in the School of Law to teach Native American agribusiness and food policy.
International Class Will Be Studying Arkansas Food Industries and Cuisine
The interactive international summer food science short course features Arkansas and regional cuisine, and area food industries.
U of A Theatre Alumni Workshop New Play
ArkansasStaged will present a staged reading of Field Notes from Mother Earth by U of A Department of Theatre alumna Ashley Edwards.
Project Boards for 2017 AIA Arkansas Design Awards Competition on Display Through July 10
The Arkansas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects holds an annual Design Awards program to honor works of distinction by its members and bring public attention to outstanding examples of architecture.