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Join University Housing for the Fifth Annual Life Raft Debate
Cast your vote for which academic department is most crucial when rebuilding after the apocalypse at the fifth annual Life Raft Debate, 6-9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, in the Law School courtroom.
Student Involvement Connects to Fulbright Grant Success for Recent Graduate
Stephanie Galen didn't travel far to enroll at the University of Arkansas, but her decision to become a Razorback is taking her around the world.
ASG and SAA Honor the 2018 Most Outstanding Faculty Members
Professors Robert Stapp, Kristen Jozkowski, and Robert Maranto are the Associated Student Government and Student Alumni Association's 2018 Most Outstanding Faculty Members.
Walton College Recognizes Outstanding Faculty
Tomas Jandik, a finance professor and the Dillard's Chair in Corporate Finance, has been recognized with the Outstanding All-Around Faculty Award for 2017-18 by Walton College.
Three Alumni to Be Honored at Walton College Awards Banquet on April 19
Three outstanding alumni of the Walton College — Mary Harmon, Michael Paladino and Michael A. Brown — will be honored this spring at the college's annual awards banquet.
Student Achieves Highest Possible Proficiency Rating on Prestigious International Exam
Kassidy Joyner, a senior majoring in economics, studied Japanese language and culture for four years and scored at the highest proficiency level on an international exam.
Ten U of A Students to Be Selected for Friedman Colloquium In Vermont
The selected students will attend a four-day colloquium in Vermont to discuss the political and economic free-market principles advanced by Nobel economics laureate Milton Friedman.
Chitester to Speak About Economic Way of Thinking
Bob Chitester, founder and chairman of the board of the Free To Choose Network, will speak about economics and the economic way of thinking.
Workers May 'Choke' Under Pressure of Non-Monetary Incentives
Researchers studied golfers trying to qualify for the Ryder Cup and find that offering non-monetary rewards may cause diminished performance.
Walton College Papers Win First and Second Place Transportation Journal Awards
Papers authored by faculty and doctoral graduates of Walton College have been selected as first and second place winners of the Best Paper Award for 2016-17 by Transportation Journal.