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School of Law Hosts Roundtable for Human Trafficking Scholars
The University of Arkansas School of Law brought together scholars from multiple disciplines on Oct. 9 in a virtual roundtable to discuss their work in the human trafficking field.
U of A's Humanities Center Announces 2020 Research and Workshop Grant Recipients
Recipients for the fall funding competitions include Confronting the Past/Interrogating our Present Research Grants and the Diversifying Research and Curriculum workshops.
Grant of $1 Million to Promote Equity for Women Faculty in STEM Fields
The $1 million NSF award will help connect, recruit and retain women faculty at the U of A, emphasizing diversity and the STEM fields.
Department of Sociology and Criminology Welcomes New Faculty
The Department of Sociology and Criminology welcomes the addition of Kayla Allison, an assistant professor of sociology and criminology, to its faculty this fall.
Pandemic Leads to Higher Depression, Anxiety and Fear, Studies Show
Research by U of A sociologists from early in COVID-19’s spread shows increased levels of suicidial thoughts and other psychological trauma.
Fulbright College Announces 2020 Winners of King, Nolan and OMNI Awards
Fulbright College has selected the 2020 recipients of several of its most prestigious endowed faculty awards, including Daniel Sutherland, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Ben Vining and Toni Jensen.
Teaching Academy 2019 New Fellows and Imhoff Awards
Adnan Alrubaye, Kelly A. Way, John Gauch, Caree Ann Marie Banton, Juan José Bustamante, Tomas Jandik, Linda Jones, Lynn Meade, Stephanie Schulte and Anne Velliquette were honored.
Honors Students Selected for Prestigious Congressional Black Caucus Internship
Honors students Elijah Conley, Daniel Webster and Justyce Yuille were three of only 55 people chosen for the prestigious Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Inc. Summer Internship Program.
Michael Niño joins the university with a research agenda touching international migration, race and ethnicity, demography, and criminology within the context of how they shape population health.
Grant Drawve to Lead New Crime and Security Data Analytics Lab in Fulbright College
Grant Drawve, an assistant professor sociology and criminology, will begin his new role as associate director of the newly formed Crime and Security Data Analytics Lab beginning July 1.