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Nominations Being Sought for Hoyt Purvis Award for Service in International Education
The award recognizes outstanding service at the U of A to the field of international education and a commitment to promoting mutual understanding. Deadline to nominate is Oct. 25.
Longtime University of Arkansas Rome Center Director Davide Vitali Retires
Davide Vitali has retired from his position as director of the University of Arkansas Rome Center and professor of architecture in the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design.
Study Abroad in Chile
Sarah Jensen, lecturer in the Department of Marketing, will lead a two-week study abroad program to Chile during the May 2020 intersession. Find out more at 4 p.m. today in WCOB 326.
Popular Summer Program in Mexico Offers Students Professional Service Learning Placements
Information sessions on the program will be conducted at 4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 2 and 3, in Kimpel Hall 416.
Bumpers College, Division of Ag Mark 15-Year Academic and Research Pact With Ghent University
The University of Arkansas and Ghent University in Belgium will commemorate a long-running student exchange program and successful faculty collaboration.
University Programs Support Students Interested in Peace Corps
The University of Arkansas has a partnership with the Peace Corps to prepare students for service through the campus Peace Corps Prep certificate program.
Malloy Named Study Abroad Director; Long to Retire
Sarah Malloy will be the next director of the Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange. She will assume the role July 1.
German-American Fulbright Commission Commemorates 'Building Bridges' Visit to U of A with Sculpture Gift
The sculpture commemorates the visit and ongoing shared commitment to international cooperation and exchange.
U of A Rome Center 30th Anniversary Celebration to Be Live-Streamed April 4-5
The conference topics are about the benefits of living and learning in a cultural destination like Rome. Rome Center students, alumni and faculty with ties to the Rome Center will make presentations.
5 Reasons to Study Abroad in Chile
Chile offers students a diverse landscape to explore, and students can take a wide variety of courses in both Spanish and English.