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Graduate Student in Occupational Therapy Receives Benjamin Franklin Lever Fellowship
Kylie Hayes, a first-year graduate student in the occupational therapy doctoral program, has been awarded the university's Benjamin Franklin Lever Tuition Fellowship.
New Edition of Sport Public Relations Textbook Offers Online Learning Tools
The third edition of the textbook Sport Public Relations reflects the evolution of the field with modern applications across a wide range of media channels.
Alumnus Seth French Selected for International Literacy Association's 30 Under 30 Class
Seth French, a recent University of Arkansas graduate, was selected for the International Literacy Association's 30 Under 30 Class.
Professor Earns Award for Leadership in the Field of Developmental Disabilities
The Division on Autism & Developmental Disabilities recently announced that University of Arkansas professor Suzanne Kucharczyk has earned the 2021 Tom E. C. Smith Early Career Award.
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.
Research Participants Needed for a Paid Study on Hydration
The Exercise Science Research Center is seeking participants (age 18 and older) for a paid research study assessing hydration knowledge, attitudes and behavior through a hydration survey.
EMPOWER Program Invites U of A Students to Serve as Peer Mentors
Peer mentors work with EMPOWER students in class to assist as necessary with note-taking and outside of class with navigating campus life.
STEM Majors: Interested in a 1-Credit Course About Teaching Math, Science or Computer Science?
Students will experience model STEM activities and get to plan and teach their own mini lessons. This course counts toward both the STEM Education minor and certificate program.
Chance to Win a $20 Gift Card: Study Participation Needed
This study is looking at the experiences of students age 18 and up who have had a past physician diagnosis of COVID-19.
'The Darwin Seminar' Interdisciplinary Class Offered This Semester
Don't be slow. Sign up for the interdisciplinary honors course, The Darwin Seminar, being taught by a team of 10 professors who explore the life of Darwin and the science of evolution.