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Classes Help Professionals Enhance Project Management, Innovation Skills
Professionals can elevate their skills by learning the Agile/Scrum methodology and innovative management techniques.
Fort Valley State University to Honor U of A's Boss, Kvamme
Steve Boss, professor of geosciences, and Jo Ann Kvamme, assistant director for the environmental dynamics graduate program, will be honored by Fort Valley State
Lyrique Quintette in Residence at University of Georgia
The Lyrique Quintette, the University of Arkansas' faculty woodwind quintet, will be in residence at the University of Georgia on Friday for master classes and a recital.
Professors, High School Teachers Study Use of Modeling Software to Boost Science Education
A collaboration with Fayetteville High School suggests that students benefited more when using the same type of modeling software used by scientists than through other instructional techniques.
Brown Chair Writing and Community Revitalization Project Enters Third Year
A project called SISTA — Students Involved in Sustaining Their Arkansas — involves high school students throughout Arkansas in projects that promise to revitalize their home towns and regions.
Time to Apply for Native Youth in Food and Agriculture Leadership Summit
The fifth annual summit is hosted by the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative at the University of Arkansas School of Law.
Tribute to Arkansas Composer Florence Price Begins Thursday
Three days of events are planned Feb. 15-17 to celebrate the career of Price, a ground-breaking African American classical composer.
Tribute to Arkansas Composer Florence Price Part of Black History Month
New Research Will Help Beef Industry Increase Sustainability
An interdisciplinary team is conducting a lifecycle analysis to assess the sustainability of the beef industry and develop ways to improve.
Students Helping Student-Centered Business Rebrand
Marketing students at the Sam M. Walton College of Business helped a Fayetteville company, Campus Concierge, rebrand itself so it can in turn help students Do College Better.