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Teacher Corps Fellows Raise Funds for Dollarway District Class Projects
Two fellows of the Arkansas Teacher Corps raised more than $2,000 through a crowdsourcing app to purchase books and supplies for the Dollarway School District.
Gentry Students, Teachers Benefit From Drone Partnership
Elementary students and teachers from Gentry Public Schools are getting a fresh look at water quality through a program that provides access to drone training for studying hard-to-reach areas.
The Challenges of Studying Snakes is Topic of U of A Museum Lecture
J. D. Willson, associate professor of biological sciences will discuss snakes and their secrets at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21.
EMPOWER Program Helps Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities Thrive
The four-year, non-degree program teaches life skills and functional academics though an on-campus experience with student mentors.
Audio Producer Switches Career Paths With IT Readiness Certificates
The U of A IT Readiness program can help people advance or find new careers. The application deadline for spring IT classes is March 1.
Blue Zones Project Designed To Improve Health In Northwest Arkansas
The U of A, Northwest Arkansas Council and other local groups are teaming up to transform health and well-being for people in the region.
Electrical Engineering Department, Businesses Partner to Supercharge Innovation in Local Schools
Electrical engineering faculty and partners are helping students at four Northwest Arkansas schools turn ideas for science-based projects into reality.
Clarinet Studio Take Two-Day Tour With Music75
The University of Arkansas Clarinet Studio, consisting of 19 undergraduate and graduate clarinetists, took a two-day tour on Jan. 22-23 as a part of the Music75 Initiative in the Department of Music.
Spring Classes Help Workforce Advance Their Careers or Start New Ones
Registration is open for 30-plus job training classes that help workers and managers gain a competitive edge by building or adding skills.
MLK Recommitment Banquet to Honor Five With 'Salute to Greatness' Awards
William “Trey” Smith will deliver the keynote address, and 16 scholarships will be awarded during the Jan. 21 event in Fayetteville.