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ARTeacher Fellowship Program Accepting Applications
Ten area teachers will be chosen by a selection panel to participate in the year-long fellowship. Deadline to apply is May 1.
Free Tickets Now Available for 'The Hate U Give' Screening and Lecture
Angie Thomas, this year’s One Book, One Community author, will speak Tuesday, March 26; the film based on her book will be shown March 25.
U of A Teacher Candidates Judge Statewide Competition, Visit Governor's Mansion
Morgan McDaniel, Frances Holland, Colton Watson, Holli Hutchinson, Sophie Spann, Diana Cortes and Sheri Deaton served as evaluators for the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.
Northwest Arkansas Regional Science and Engineering Fair Set for March 4 in Union Ballroom
More than 250 fifth-12th grade students in schools from 15 counties in Northwest Arkansas will compete Monday, March 4, in the Northwest Arkansas Regional Science and Engineering Fair.
Considering Community in Teacher Development
Christian Goering, professor of English education, and a colleague studied the role of "community" in professional development for teachers.
Residence Halls Named for Professors Emeriti Margaret Clark, Gordon Morgan
Margaret Clark and Gordon Morgan were the first African American professors on campus and have continued to serve the campus and community in retirement.
Registration Open for Spring Literacy Camp for Grade-school Children
One-on-one, individualized and closely monitored tutoring ensures the K-6th grade students' unique needs are met.
Sandy Hook Mom to Speak on Teaching Educators and Students to Choose Love
Scarlett Lewis will discuss her Choose Love Movement and creating safer, more peaceful and loving schools Nov. 12 in Fayetteville.
U of A Hosts First Teacher Induction Convocation
Each new teacher candidate was introduced and received a pin signifying their entrance into teacher education during ceremonies at the Don Tyson Center for Agricultural Sciences.
Research Shows At-Risk Elementary Students Benefit from Child-Centered Play Therapy
Elementary school students who received child-centered play therapy services over the course of a school year showed significant positive changes, according to data collected by two U of A professors.