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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.
Sesquicentennial Filmmakers Seek Stories From Faculty and Staff on the Hill
Humanities Center Promotes Action Against Systemic Racism on Campus
The Arkansas Humanities Center will offer two grant competitions for fall 2020, funding humanities research and programming to move from words to action in the effort to reveal and dismantle systemic racism.
NEH Summer Stipend 2021 Nominations
The National Endowment for the Humanities 2021 Summer Stipend competition provides $6,000 in funding for two-months of full-time research in the humanities.
Study Shows How COVID-19 Impacts College Students with Special Needs
Journalism professor Kara Jolliff Gould finds college students with special needs face unique challenges in remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
'Arkansas Soul' Program Hosts Summer Digital Media Challenge
The Arkansas Soul Summer Workshop program staff wants minority high school students from around the state to share stories about the impact COVID-19 has had on their communities.
Journalism Master's Student Has Refereed Paper Accepted at International Convention
Brooke Borgognoni's research surveying student-run agencies at other campuses also informed the successful launch of the U of A student advertising agency, Main Hill Media.