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U of A Humanities Center Announces Spring Funding Competitions
The University of Arkansas Humanities Center is happy to announce their spring funding competitions to help support humanities research and its distribution.
Fulbright College Awards 2021 Summer Stipends in Support of Humanities Research
Four humanities scholars in Fulbright College earned 2021 Summer Research Stipends to support their research and publication efforts, including Mengfei Guan, Fernando Riva, Bret Schulte and Valandra.
Gender Studies Director to Publish New Edited Collection, '#MeToo: A Rhetorical Zeitgeist'
Award-winning author Lisa M. Corrigan has edited a new book titled, #MeToo: A Rhetorical Zeitgeist, that offers the first comprehensive study of the rhetorical politics of #MeToo activism.
Emeritus Professor Wins Top Paper Award
Stephen Smith, professor emeritus of the Department of Communication, has won the Top Paper in the Freedom of Speech division of the Southern States Communication Association.
Communication's Lindsey Aloia Wins Regional Journal Award
Lindsey Aloia, associate professor in the Department of Communication, has been named the recipient of the 2020 Rose B. Johnson SCJ Article Award for the Southern States Communication Association.
Communication's Yaguang Zhu Nets Top Paper Honor for Social Media and Virtual Teams Research
Yaguang Zhu, assistant professor in the Department of Communication, received the Top Paper Award from the Group Communication Division at the National Communication Association.
Local Filmmaker and Communication Lecturer Screens Film at Culver City Film Festival
The film features the story of twin brothers Earl and Earnest "Ernie" Cate, a singer/songwriter/muscian duo who have performed since the 1960s.
Communication's Lindsey Aloia Honored with Early Career Award for Prolific Research
Lindsey Aloia, associate professor of communication, was recently honored with the 2020 Janice Hocker Rushing Early Career Research Award from the Southern States Communication Association.
Communication Graduate Student Wins National M.A. Thesis Award
Alexis Hubbard, a 2020 graduate of the Department of Communication's M.A. program, has been named the recipient of the National Communication Association's Top Quantitative Thesis Award.
Communication Professor New Executive Director of 12th Annual Fayetteville Film Fest
This year's festival features 11 narrative and documentary feature films in 10 days, along with 30 short films screening direct, on-demand to your living room.