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As Sweet as 'Dumpster Honey,' New Short Talks Features Poet and Professor Davis McCombs
In the latest edition of the podcast Short Talks from the Hill, Davis McCombs, poet, professor and director of the program in creative writing and translation, reads three elegiac poems about his life in the Ozarks.
International Careers Meeting for German Students
This meeting is for German majors and minors, as well as other students who are proficient in German or interested in taking it.
2018 Summer Program in Mexico Offers Service-Learning Options, Info Meetings Oct. 3 and 4
The study abroad program in Puebla, Mexico offers six popular options including service-learning programs and a traditional classroom program in Spanish and Mexican culture at the advanced or intermediate level.
U of A Student Documentaries to Be Shown at Free Public Screening
Three films will be shown at the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Oral and Visual History at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 2.
Scholar and New York Times Columnist to Speak on 'Charisma In American History'
Professor Molly Worthen of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will deliver a talk titled "Charisma in American History, from the Puritans to Trump" on Friday, Oct. 6, at Gearhart Hall.
Douglas Bristol to Lecture on Success Secrets of 19th-Century Black Barbers
Professor Douglas Bristol will be participating in a class discussion at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 26, in CHEM 144, with several barbers from Skillz Unlimited Barbershop in Springdale.
Philosophy Presents Columbia University's Wolfgang Mann as Spellman Lecturer, Oct. 6
Wolfgang Mann of Columbia University will deliver the annual Spellman Lecture in the History of Philosophy, titled "'God' as First Principle in Plato and Aristotle," on Oct. 6 in Old Main 325.
Center for Ethics in Journalism Visiting Distinguished Professor 2017
Award-winning journalist and media writer Alicia "Lisa" Shepard is the 2017 visiting distinguished professor of ethics in journalism for the School of Journalism and Strategic Media.
German Professor Wins National Award for Teaching and Fostering International Cooperation
Kathleen Condray, an associate professor of German, will be honored with a Checkpoint Charlie Foundation Award by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
Engineering and German Student Awarded International Fellowship
Senior Connor Heo has been awarded a fellowship for study at the Technische Universität Darmstadt from the German Academic Exchange Service.