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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.
Grants for Humanities Research by Faculty, Grad and Undergrad Students on Systemic Racism
The Steering Committee of the University of Arkansas Humanities Center has approved an expanded competition for grants funding humanities research on systemic racism. Applications due Oct. 31.
Journalism Student's Documentary Set to Screen in Three Film Festivals
A Promising Voice, created by Fulbright Scholar and School of Journalism and Strategic Media student Obed Lamy, featuring music alumnus Dekarius Dawson, will screen at three film festivals this fall.
Fulbright College Announces 2020 Annual Faculty Teaching and Research Awards
Fulbright College teaching and research faculty awards go to Todd Cleveland, Samantha Robinson, Bret Schulte, Lindsey Aloia, Susanne Striegler, Suresh Kumar Thallapuranam, and Kathleen Doody.
School of Journalism to Run Arkansascovid.com
Students in a data journalism course will manage operations of a website about COVID-19 in Arkansas, started by Misty Orpin and to be led by Rob Wells, assistant professor of journalism.
U of A's Fulbright College Introduces 2020 Sturgis Fellows
Five incoming freshmen have received one of the university’s oldest and most prestigious fellowships, each worth $72,000.
New Film Explores 'Indians, Outlaws, Marshals and the Hangin' Judge,' Premieres Next Month
On Thursday, Sept. 10, the U of A-produced film Indians, Outlaws, Marshals and the Hangin' Judge will premiere live from the Fort Smith Bakery District as well as stream live from the film's Facebook page for that night only.
University of Arkansas Humanities Center Announces Publishing Subvention Grants
The U of A Humanities Center has approved a total of three grants of up to $2,000 each for distribution this fall. Review of applications for the Publishing Subvention Grants will begin Nov. 1.
Sesquicentennial Filmmakers Seek Stories From Alumni About Their Time on the Hill
Filmmakers documenting the university’s 150 years want to tell the story through your eyes. Tell them a story about the U of A.
Washington County Community Remembrance Project Venerates Local Victims From Lynching Era
A group of U of A and Fayetteville people committed to addressing painful themes in troubling racial history of our community is working to establish a memorial marker in the historic Oaks Cemetery.