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Additional Spaces Now Available for Study and Remote Class Attendance
Students who need an on-campus study area or the ability to take a remote class without going back to a dorm or apartment can check a list for available rooms.
Chancellor's Online Forum This Morning; Register Now
Register to join the campus discussion this morning with Chancellor Joe Steinmetz about fall classes and efforts to improve diversity and inclusiveness.
Keep Teaching Site Launches, Providing Resources for Remote, Hybrid Teaching
A new site for University of Arkansas faculty serves as a one-stop resource for planning and teaching remote and hybrid courses.
Teaching and Faculty Support Center Holds First-Ever Virtual Teaching Camp
The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center held the first-ever Virtual Teaching Camp via Zoom on Monday through Wednesday, Aug. 3-5, with 65 faculty participating.
Data Science Bachelor's Degree First of Its Kind at University of Arkansas
The program will give students the chance to study with faculty from three colleges — the College of Engineering, the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
New Foregrounding Diverse Perspectives Initiative Reframes Writing Courses
The Foregrounding Diverse Perspectives initiative will focus on reframing the discussions that take place each semester and in each unit of the writing courses .
Partnership With NWACC Expected to Attract More Students to Teaching Field
Students interested in pursuing teacher preparation programs are now able to transfer their credits from NorthWest Arkansas Community College to finish their degree at the University of Arkansas.
U of A Team Publishes Guide on Navigating College and the Path to Adulthood
A new book, The Science of College: Navigating the First Year and Beyond, written by a team of U of A researchers, professors and higher education professionals, explores what it means to be a college student and young adult in today's society.
Deans Provide More Updates on University's Plans for Reopening
About 350 campus members joined an online forum with U of A deans John English, Margaret McCabe, Brian Primack and Matt Waller.
CAPS Doctoral Internship Becomes State's First APA-Accredited Counseling Center Training Program
The doctoral internship — a full-time, year-long program that operates within CAPS — was created in 2018 and is now recognized for its quality of training.