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U of A Nursing Instructors Recognized as Leaders by Arkansas Center for Nursing
Nick Hopkins and Jaclyn Johnson work as hourly clinical instructors for the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, and both are U of A graduates of the nursing school.
U of A's A+ Schools Trains Teachers as Program Expands Arts Integration
A+ Schools provides professional development, networking, and research data to its member schools; the Arkansas Department of Education funded five-day training sessions for new schools this year.
Exercise Science Doctoral Student Recognized in Early Career Author Competition
Megan Rosa-Caldwell was recently named one of two runners-up for the Experimental Physiology prize.
Children With Autism Pair with Neurotypical Children for Fun Learning Experiences
Camp Connect gives children with autism a chance to have fun and learn while improving their communication and other skills through interaction with peers who may or may not have autism.
Northwest Arkansas Teachers Take Young Writers Camp to China
More than 60 young Chinese students experienced an English writing camp in July, thanks to the U of A's Northwest Arkansas Writing Project.
U of A Instructor Receives Two Statewide Teaching Awards
Sheri Deaton, clinical instructor of family and consumer sciences, was recognized for innovation in the classroom, commitment to students and dedication to the improvement of career and technical education.
Hughes Edits Journal Issue Focusing on Diversity Intelligence
Claretha Hughes edited the August issue of the academic research journal Advances in Developing Human Resources, one of the four top-tier journals of the Academy of Human Resource Development.
Autism Preschool Group at U of A Has Openings
The Applied Behavior Analysis program at the University of Arkansas is recruiting preschool-aged children to participate in the fall semester of the autism preschool group.
Education Policy Students Make Comparisons During Trip to Israel
Doctoral students in the U of A education policy program visited Israel to compare and contrast the educational system of the barely 70-year-old nation with that of the United States.
Global Campus Awards Scholarships to Four Students Seeking Degrees Online
New Manning Scholarships of $2,000 each will help two graduate and two undergraduate students cover the cost of online degree programs.