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Still Time to Register for NWA Youth Jazz Workshop
The University of Arkansas Community Music School invites all instrumental and vocal musicians in grades 6-12 to enroll today.
NWA Adult Jazz Workshop Starting Soon
The University of Arkansas Community Music School invites you to participate in one of its three Adult Jazz Workshops where you can gain specialized instruction.
New Community Vocal Ensemble!
The choir performs a variety of music drawn from African-American religious traditions including traditional and contemporary gospel music, anthems, hymns, and spirituals.
New Human Resources Certificate Program
Topics covered will include hiring process and posting positions, Title IX, diversity and inclusion, employment law, compensation, benefits, record keeping, privacy rights, employee relations and much more.
Health Center Offering 8-Week Aikido Course
Pat Walker Health Center's Wellness & Health Promotion Department is offering an eight-week introductory course to Aikido — a holistic Japanese martial art style.
Teachers Invited to Afternoon with Children's Author Jack Gantos
The University of Arkansas Clinic for Literacy is offering an afternoon with children's author Jack Gantos for teachers and teacher-education students from 1 to 3 p.m. Sept. 8 at Room 166 of the Graduate Education Building.
Open Enrollment for Private Music Lessons
Lessons are currently available for woodwind, brass, percussion, string, guitar, piano, and music theory. Fall lessons run from Aug. 27 to Dec. 6.
Training Programs Help Professionals Advance in Careers or Find New Ones
The fall training schedule includes classes and workshops in computers and technology, human resources, education and workplace culture.
Conference Participants Learn Neuroscience Behind Play Therapy
Richard Gaskill, who directs the Sumner Mental Health Center in Wellington, Kansas, taught licensed counselors and counseling students the importance of understanding brain development in children during the treatment process.
U of A's A+ Schools Trains Teachers as Program Expands Arts Integration
A+ Schools provides professional development, networking, and research data to its member schools; the Arkansas Department of Education funded five-day training sessions for new schools this year.