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'Re-Remembering Zapata' Lecture and Exhibit Opening at Pryor Center April 4
An international photo exhibit celebrating the life of Mexican icon Emiliano Zapata will be on display April 4-15 in the atrium of The Pryor Center. A public lecture and reception will take place Thursday, April 4.
U of A Exhibit Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Emiliano Zapata's Death, April 4-15
The Mexican revolutionary and a symbol of resistance and hope is the focal point of an exhibit and events April 4-15 examining his legacy.
Graduate Students, Faculty Invited to Research Days April 2-4
Graduate students and faculty can learn about the university's research tools and publication processes during Research Days April 2-4 in Arkansas Union 504. Registration required.
Debra Hurd Receives Reappointment to the Arkansas Social Work Licensing Board
Gov. Asa Hutchison has reappointed Debra Gage Hurd, clinical professor in the School of Social Work, to a second term on the Arkansas Social Work Licensing Board.
U of A Exhibit Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Emiliano Zapata's Death
The Mexican revolutionary and a symbol of resistance and hope is the focal point of an exhibit and events in April examining his legacy.
Honors Political Science Major Selected to Attend Ralph Bunche Summer Institute at Duke University
The American Political Science Association recently selected Jordan Farris, an undergraduate in Fulbright College, to attend the prestigious 2019 Ralph Bunche Summer Institute.
Stigler Lecture on Conflict Damage to Cultural Heritage Sites in Syria, Iraq and Libya, March 14
Susan Penacho of the Cultural Heritage Initiatives will give a talk on analyzing damage to cultural heritage in Syria, Iraq and Libya at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 14, in Giffels Auditorium, Old Main.
'This is What Would Happen Here'; Criminology Instructor Discusses 'True Detective' Experience
John Brooks, a criminology instructor, served as a "police tech advisor" on the recent HBO series, True Detective, set and filmed in Northwest Arkansas.
Study Finds Majority of Public Is Unfamiliar With Ballot Measures
The public’s knowledge of ballot measures is worse than past surveys suggested, according to a new approach used by U of A researchers.
Two Fulbright College Faculty and Six Students Receive 2018-19 Blair Center Fellowships
Professors Brandon Jackson and Casey Kayser and students Rebecca Albright, Jama Grove, Alex J. Marino, Jordan Savage, Laura Smith and Marie C. Totten were named recipients of fellowships.