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U of A Professor Receives University of Connecticut Thomas J. Pike Athletic Training Alumni Award
Associate professor Brendon McDermott was honored by the University of Connecticut as an alumnus for his "outstanding contribution to the athletic training profession."
Alumni and Faculty to Be Honored at Alumni Awards Celebration
The Arkansas Alumni Association will host its 75th annual Alumni Awards Celebration at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, at the Fayetteville Town Center.
Alumni Aid Johns Hopkins Research Into 'Systemic Dysfunctions' in Rhode Island School System
Alumni Angela Watson and Ian Kingsbury, who just finished his doctorate, helped Johns Hopkins researchers evaluate the school system of Providence, Rhode Island, and found appalling conditions.
Eric Mayes Appointed Founding Executive Director of Arkansas Academy for Educational Equity
Eric Mayes was recently appointed as founding executive director of the Arkansas Academy for Educational Equity, which recruits talented and motivated teachers to serve Arkansas
Q&A With Brian Primack, New Dean in the College of Education and Health Professions
Dr. Brian Primack, the new dean in the College of Education and Health Professions, talks about his family, hobbies, core values as a leader and more.
U of A STEM Center Hosting Camp for Kids
The camp is for students entering first through sixth grades and will run July 29 through Aug. 2. Fields include archaeology, food science, robotics and engineering, paleontology, poultry science and soil science.
University Recreation to Operate Under Reduced Holiday Hours
University Recreation will operate under reduced holiday hours beginning Wednesday, July 3,
U of A Educational Leadership Student Named Clark Fellow
Joshua Ray, an educational leadership student, recently received a Clark Fellowship and attended the David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration and Policy.
HHPR Faculty Member Josh Lens Publishes Two Sport Law Articles in Top Journals
Josh Lens, a clinical assistant professor, wrote an article recently about the ramifications of agents who represent college coaches and recruit student-athletes from the coaches' programs.
U of A Staff Member Recounts Memorable Projects Through Leadership Fayetteville Program
Josh Raney, director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in the College of Education and Health Professions, recently completed the XXXII Leadership Fayetteville class.