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Hunt, Gahagans, Anderson Receive Collis R. Geren Awards
Valerie Hunt, Shelly Gahagans and Karl Anderson were awarded this year's Collis R. Geren Awards for Excellence in Graduate Education in their roles as faculty and staff.
Fulbright College Announces 2020 Connor Faculty Fellows
This year, 19 outstanding, hard-working faculty members have been selected as the 2020 class of Connor Faculty Fellows at the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.
Alumnus Shifts Courier Business to Deliver to Community
Alumnus Hunter Riley shifts his courier business to deliver personal protection equipment and food to nonprofits serving those in need.
Honors Student Launches Non-Profit to Spark Youth Activism
Sturgis Fellow Maya Ungar along with students from Stanford and University of Toronto are creating lesson plans on political engagement.
Law School Trial Team Wins Phi Alpha Delta National Trial Competition
Third-year law students Hannah Andrews, Duncan Street, Courtney Brooks, David McAnally and Garrett Rice, won the Phi Alpha Delta Annual National Trial Competition in Washington, D.C.
Janine Parry Named the 2020 Arkansas Political Science Association's Distinguished Scholar
Professor Janine Parry, director of the annual Arkansas Poll, was honored by the Arkansas Political Science Association for research and service to the organization.
Research Shows Candidates Look to Arkansas More for Big Donors than Super Tuesday Voters
Political Science's Karen Sebold writes about Arkansas' unique role in the primaries for Brookings, saying, "With low turnout, candidates look to Arkansas more for big donors than Super Tuesday voters."
Women Law Students Honor Alumnae With Annual Gayle Pettus Pontz Award
The University of Arkansas School of Law Women's Law Student Association will honor Karen Roberts, J.D.'95, and Christy Jones, B.A.'74, J.D.'77, with the Gayle Pettus Pontz Award.
One Book, One Community Initiative Hosts Free Screening of 'Just Mercy' Feb. 6
The U of A's One Book, One Community initiative is sponsoring a free screening of Just Mercy at the AMC Theater at Fiesta Square in Fayetteville at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.
U of A Professors Publish Results of Computer-Based Role-Playing Immigration Simulation
Professors Brandon Bouchillon and Patrick Stewart examined how learning through a role-playing experience of applying for citizenship led participants to have more empathy and trust for immigrants.