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Former Razorback Runner Seeks to Help Student Athletes Navigate Life After Applause
Honors student Tamara Kuykendall graduated from the U of A in 2020 with a degree in educational studies and a desire to help student athletes navigate life after the applause.
New Book by Gearhart and Miller Focuses on College Leadership
A new book by College of Education and Health Professions professors G. David Gearhart and Michael T. Miller focuses on the challenges, opportunities, rights, and responsibilities of college leaders.
Higher Ed Major Helps Ensure Underrepresented, Marginalized Students Have Access to College
Angelique Price is from Austin, Texas. She set her sights on the University of Arkansas after she kept hearing about its "amazing Higher Education program."
SAA and ASG Honor Faculty Members at Faculty Appreciation Banquet
Professors Adnan Ali Khalaf Alrubaye, G. David Gearhart and Jeffrey Murdock were honored as "Most Outstanding Faculty Members" during a banquet last spring.
Higher Education Assistant Professor Elsa Camargo Honored by DiversityMBA Magazine
Elsa Camargo, assistant professor of higher education, was recently named a "Top 100 Under 50 Emerging Leader" by DiversityMBA Magazine.
College Presidents Scholar to Lecture on 'Persuaders in the Ivory Tower' April 9
Stephen J. Nelson, considered a top scholar on the topic of college presidents in the United States, will speak at 5 p.m., April 9, in the Graduate Education Building Auditorium.
Research Suggests College Visits Inspire Eighth-Graders to Pursue Higher Education
Doctoral students Elise Swanson and Katherine Kopotic have worked with schools to expose students to various aspects of campus life to see if those visits affect their likelihood of attending college.
National Lab for the Study of the College President Releases Second Volume of Journal
The National Lab for the Study of the College President, based at the University of Arkansas, has just published its second issue of the Journal of Research on the College President.
Researcher of Sexual Violence on Campuses to Speak at U of A
Chris Linder, who studies sexual violence on college campuses through a power-conscious framework, will speak three times on the University of Arkansas campus this week.
Internship in Kuwait Solidifies Interest in International Student Affairs Work
Tess Constant found a desire to work with international students while an undergraduate and pursued a master's degree in higher education, leading her to an internship in Kuwait.