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VoIP Phone Update to Improve Call Quality
A software update for all VoIP desk phones will take place this Friday, June 21, between midnight and 2 a.m.
Journalism Alumnus Screens Title IX Documentary on Campus June 23
The U of A's School of Journalism and Strategic Media is hosting a film screening of IX: The Law of Non-Discrimination at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, June 23, in Shollmier Hall, room 250 of Vol Walker Hall.
U of A Resiliency Center Hosts National Council for Science and the Environment Meeting
The Resiliency Center in the Fay Jones School is hosting the Summer Member Meeting of the National Council for Science and the Environment on the U of A campus June 24-26.
Paid Study for Smokers; Earn up to $150
Are you between the ages of 30 and 65? Do you smoke at least ten cigarettes per day? The LEAP Lab is conducting a study on adult daily smokers.
Participants Needed for Paid Study on Reading Comprehension
If you are a native-English speaker 18 years of age or older, researchers invite you to participate in a study examining reading comprehension processes.
Hogtown Hot Club to Perform for 'Live at the Five & Dime'
The Hogtown Hot Club, featuring Jim Greeson and Ed Nicholson on guitars, Jim Jernigan on clarinet and Mike Johnson on bass, will perform from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday on the Bentonville Square.
Industrial Engineering Faculty, Students Earn Honors at International Conference
College of Engineering faculty and students earned more than a dozen awards at the recent annual conference of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers in Orlando, Florida.
U of A to Offer Online Master's Degree in Community College Leadership
Students can now apply for the online master’s degree program in community college leadership set to launch in January 2020.
Author of UA Press's 'Hipbillies' to Speak at Ozark Natural Foods
Jared Phillips’ new book chronicles the 1970s counterculture back-to-the-land movement in the Ozarks.
Wasson in Human Environmental Sciences Named State's Top Dietetics Student
For the sixth time in seven years, a U of A dietetics student has earned the top dietetic awarded in the state from the Arkansas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.