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Rep. Womack Briefs Arkansas Companies on New Trade Agreement at World Trade Center
U.S. Rep. Steve Womack gave Arkansas companies a briefing on the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement and NAFTA this week at the World Trade Center Arkansas offices.
U of A Geosciences Professor Discovers Rare Original Maps
Tom Paradise, University Professor of Geosciences, examined the eminent map collection of the international Explorers Club, which led to discovery of rare maps previously unknown for nearly a century.
Wesselhoeft to Discuss Muslim Social Ethics in Contemporary Paris, April 29
Kirsten Wesselhoeft, assistant professor of religion at Vassar College, will give a lecture titled "'Fraternal Critique': Muslim Social Ethics in Contemporary Paris" at 4 p.m. Monday in Gearhart 258.
5 Reasons to Study Abroad in Spain
Spain is a modern nation, rich in history, art, culture and cuisine. A diverse landscape provides students with the chance to enjoy both mountains and beaches.
Discover Malaysia Today at Holcombe Global Series
Discover Malaysia during this month's Holcombe Global Series at 8 p.m. today in Holcombe Hall's living room.
Student Trade Assistants Help Lead Trade Mission to Mexico
Two trade support assistants, Foster Pool and Matthew Guzak, students in Walton College, also helped lead the mission and managed much of the planning and support efforts by the center.
CAST Helps Identify Possible Archeological Sites, International Research Team Publishes Findings
A research team at the U of A help identify probable archeological sites of interest focused on the precolonial cities and kingdoms that arose in the African interior around the 1st millennium A.D.
U of A Professor Vicki Collet Receives 2019-20 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award
Vicki Collet, an associate professor of curriculum and instruction, recently received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Japan and Ireland to research the teacher education process in those countries.
Rahim AlHaj Trio Brings Middle Eastern Music to Faulker Center April 19
AlHaj, an Iraqi refugee and master of the oud, will give a lecture on his musical and political struggles April 18 at the Fayetteville Public Library.
U of A Nursing Student Serves as Translator on Mission Trip Along the Amazon River
Kelly Ribeiro, a student in the R.N. to B.S.N. program at the university's Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, recently served as a translator on a mission trip along the Amazon River.