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Workshop Prepares Professionals for Amazon Web Services Certification Exam
The four-day workshop covers the foundations of cloud computing, storage and networking and explains how to build an infrastructure.
International Student Trains Panamanian Teachers in Robotics Through Summer Internship
Marissa Montes returned to her native Panama to offer training that will improve the technological future of children and adolescents in Panama.
Report Finds World Trade Centers Build Global Connections, Fuel Local Growth
The World Trade Centers Association and Foreign Policy magazine published the first-ever WTCA Trade and Investment Report.
Children Build Language Skills While Learning About Growing Cycle
The combination of a high number of English language learners and an outdoor garden at Bayyari Elementary in Springdale offered educators a fertile field for teaching science camp.
Board Accepting Nominations for the 2019 Arkansas Business Hall of Fame
The deadline to submit nominations to the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame board is July 31.
'Mock Congress' an Opportunity for Local Talent Search Students
A week-long event in Washington, D.C., provides life-changing experiences for aspiring first-generation college students as part of the National Student Leadership Congress.
Administrative Assistant Program Set for August Provides Vital Office Training
The nine-week program starts Aug. 21 and trains participants in essential office, computer and clerical skills. Scholarships are available.
Plant Disease Diagnostic Booth at Farmers Market
Plant Pathology graduate students and faculty table a booth at the farmers market to provide free plant disease diagnosis and education to the Fayetteville community.
Women's Academic Leadership Workshop at the U of A June 8
The event will bring community leaders and national educators to discuss a variety of issues that concern women but affect everyone.
Garvan Woodland Gardens Celebrates Summer with Hikes, Classes, Workshops in June
Garvan Woodland Gardens welcomes summer with day camps, classes, workshops and hikes — and a peek at the new tree house in the children's garden.