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Gender Studies Director Publishes New Book, 'Black Feelings: Race and Affect in the Long Sixties'
Lisa M. Corrigan, associate professor of communication, has written a new book about the ways the black liberation movement confronted ideologies of progress and equality through emotional discourse.
Technical Writing Students Work with U.S. Geological Survey
Students taking online coursework in Technical Writing and Public Rhetorics worked this semester with the U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Mission Area to revise the group's Style Guide.
Department of Communication Announces 2020 Athens Scholars
Athens Scholars are senior communication majors who are graduating with a cumulative GPA of 3.8 or higher, placing these students in the top 10% of their graduating class.
U of A Libraries Documenting COVID-19 Experiences in State
Arkansans and the university community are encouraged to add their stories and experiences to this collective documentary history.
English Graduate Student Receives James J. Hudson Doctoral Award in the Humanities
Kristen Figgins, a doctoral candidate in English, has received one of the 2020 James J. Hudson Doctoral Awards in the Humanities from the Graduate School and International Education.
Journalism Endowments Created in Memory of Walter J. Lemke
A $100,000 gift from alumnus Bill Keenan will establish a freshman scholarship and collections endowment in memory of iconic professor.
Anna Rumpz Receives an Honorable Mention for Russian Essay
Anna Rumpz, an honors freshman majoring in international and global studies and a second-semester student of Russian, was honored for her essay in a national contest.
Undergraduate English Majors Take Top Honors in Statewide Poetry Contest
Addison Mahaffey and Anna Beth Lane, both in the honors English majors, won 1st and 2nd place for their poetry, respectively, in the Jeanie Dolan Carter Memorial Collegiate Poetry Contest.
Elizabeth Muscari Named Undergraduate Winner of Felix Christopher McKean Memorial Award
Elizabeth Muscari, a senior honors English major, has been awarded the undergraduate Felix Christopher McKean Memorial Award for her poem, "Poem for Ann."
Middle East Studies Program Announces Courses for Summer and Fall 2020
The Middle East Studies Program in Fulbright College will offer courses in anthropology, Arabic language, history, literature, and political science during the summer and fall 2020 terms.