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First-Generation Student's Big Dreams Include Her Southern Arkansas Hometown
Jada Miller of El Dorado is determined to take her degree back home and provide speech-language pathology services to her hometown and encourage residents to pursue health-related careers.
RESPECT Recognized for Outstanding Program for Excellence in Peer Education
The RESPECT program, which provides peer education with emphasis on addressing sexual violence, was named this year's regional Outstanding Program for Excellence in Peer Education.
Alumni and NWA Community Team Up to Produce Aerosol Boxes
Alumni, medical professionals and area businesses are collaborating to produce aerosol boxes for local hospitals and fire departments.
CAPS Expands Mental Health Access With Online Screening Tool
Counseling & Psychological Services has launched a new online screening tool for U of A students to assess their mental health and, if they choose, connect with crucial mental health services.
University Recreation Offering Virtual Group Fitness and Personal Training Sessions
When working from home and practicing social distancing, physical activity can become an afterthought. University Recreation has shifted to online instruction to help keep you active and engaged.
CAPS Offering Zoom Outreach Sessions to Help Students Cope With Finals
The Zoom webinar sessions will offer students the chance to ask questions, engage with CAPS staff and learn healthy strategies to lessen the strain of finals.
CAPS Workshop Webinar Offers Strategies to Manage Anxiety, Depression
The university's Counseling & Psychological Services has released a new webinar workshop designed to help students, faculty and staff address anxiety and depression symptoms.
ASG Senate Recognizes Dr. Carlos Acosta for Service to Students
The Associated Student Government Senate voted on April 14 to recognize Dr. Carlos Acosta from the Pat Walker Health Center and his work in providing service to students across campus.
CAPS: Faculty and Staff Resources for Supporting Students, Self
Expressing compassionate concern could save an academic career or even a life, especially for struggling students who cannot or will not ask for help.
U of A Signs on to Sharing Technology and Innovation to Respond to COVID-19
The U of A joins research universities such as Stanford, Harvard and MIT as signatories to the Association of University Technology Managers COVID-19 Licensing Guidelines.