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Students From India Spend Fall Semester Studying Slime Molds
Gurpreet Kaur and Nazrana Payal, two graduate students from Shoolini University, are spending the fall semester at the U of A, where they researching myxomycetes.
German/Walton College Student Interning in Germany for Fall
Esther Heckmann, an Honors College student majoring in management and German, landed a semester-long internship with the German company Krones.
Jewish Studies Lecture: 'Genocide by Mass Shooting' to Be Given by Andrew Buchanan
Andrew Buchanan of the University of Vermont will give a lecture on "Genocide by Mass Shooting" at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the classroom of the Multicultural Center in the Arkansas Union.
Tickets Available for Dandiya Night
The Indian Culture Association invites students to attend Dandiya Night, a celebration of the Indian holiday Navratri, from 7-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, at the Arkansas Alumni House.
Discover Bolivia During This Month's Holcombe Global Series
The evening features a short presentation tonight followed by a sampling of a traditional Bolivian dish, sandwiches de chola and cunapes.
Longtime University of Arkansas Rome Center Director Davide Vitali Retires
Davide Vitali has retired from his position as director of the University of Arkansas Rome Center and professor of architecture in the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design.
Documentary Film, Buen Camino, to Premiere at Fayetteville Public Library
The award-winning short film follows Honors College students and faculty as they visit cathedrals and castles throughout France and Spain.
Levine to Lecture on Jews and Greeks in Ancient Egypt and the Alexandrian Library, Oct. 14
Professor Daniel B. Levine will present his research on the second-century B.C.E. Greek "Letter of Aristeas," the earliest text that mentions the Alexandrian Library, at 6 p.m. Monday in GEAR 26.
Study Abroad in Chile
Sarah Jensen, lecturer in the Department of Marketing, will lead a two-week study abroad program to Chile during the May 2020 intersession. Find out more at 4 p.m. today in WCOB 326.
Third Annual Poetry Festival Brings Celebrated Poets to Northwest Arkansas
A U.S.-China Poetry Dialogue will lead off a series of public readings and workshops on Oct. 11 and 12. It is sponsored in part by the King Fahd Center, the U of A Press and the Multicultural Center.