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Miller Gives Keynote Address at Behavioral Health Conference
Michael T. Miller, professor of higher education, recently delivered the keynote address to the Second International Conference on Behavioral Health in Doha, Qatar.
Short Documentary Highlights UREC Outdoors Leadership Program on the Rio Grande River
In early 2020 a group of University Recreation student employees will spend five days canoeing and canyoneering in the desert along the Rio Grande River, part of the UREC Outdoor Leadership Institute.
Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduate Student Receives Award at ASHA
Ruhee Keshwani, a second-year graduate student in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program, was awarded the Zenith Rehab-Asian Indian Caucus Scholarship.
Fitness for Fun Now Enrolling for Spring Session
This community-based wellness program is designed to assist individuals in developing healthier lifestyles through education and a structured exercise routine.
Communication Sciences and Disorders Represented Well at National Convention
U of A students and faculty in the communication sciences and disorders program presented research this week at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention
U of A Student Cameron Fagan Earns Newman McGee Jr. Scholarship at SHAPE Conference
Cameron Fagan, a senior in the physical education program at the University of Arkansas, was recently awarded the Newman McGee Jr. Scholarship.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Receives Grant for Third Year
The Bernard Osher Foundation in California recently awarded $25,000 to the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Arkansas to increase activity in fundraising and membership.
Texas A&M Professor Kalena Cortes to Speak at U of A on Friday, Dec. 6
Kalena Cortes of Texas A&M University will speak at noon Friday, Dec. 6, in GRAD 343 about "When Behavioral Barriers Are Too High or Low: How Timing Matters for Parenting Interventions."
Dual Language Student Success Leads to $25,000 Milken Educator Award for Teacher Susan Moreno
The Milken Award recognizes alumna Susan Moreno's work with dual-language students, who outperform their general education peers in Texas on state assessments.
Doctoral Student Julie Workman Wins Research-in-Progress Award at MSERA Conference
Workman's dissertation examines the disproportionate rate of student disciplinary actions against African American students compared to white students in rural schools in Southeast Arkansas.