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Eleanor Mann School of Nursing Students Develop 'Diversity Toolkit'
Jessica Weiss and Payne Colton, students in the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, developed a "Diversity Toolbox" to promote inclusion and to foster a deeper understanding of issues like racial bias.
U of A Seniors of Significance Class of 2021 Announced
These outstanding seniors were selected based on their academic achievements, leadership skills and co-curricular involvement.
Participants Wanted for Paid Study on Hydration
This study will involve two visits to the Exercise Science Research Center totaling approximately one hour. Upon completion of the study, participants will be compensated with a $20 Amazon gift card.
Participants Needed for Survey Research on Help-Seeking Behavior
This survey-based study is anonymous, open to all college students, and should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Participants have a chance to win one of fifty $10 e-gift cards!
U of A Releases Details for Spring Commencement
The U of A will host in-person spring commencement ceremonies May 6-8. Degree candidates need to apply for graduation by March 1 to avoid late fees.
Friend's Aphasia Diagnosis Inspires New Career in Speech-Language Pathology
Micah Wylie wanted to reinvent his life. He discovered the U of A, made a detailed plan with an adviser, and eventually returned to college to study speech-language pathology.
New Study Suggests Campus Visits Inspire Eighth-Graders to Prepare for College
A new study of students who visited the University of Arkansas on multiple field trips as eighth graders began to prepare for college, possibly paving the way for enrollment in the future.
Future P.E. Teachers Get Opportunity to Participate in Special Olympics Program
U of A juniors studying to be physical education teachers will have the opportunity to work with Special Olympics Arkansas, participating in the non-profit's first inclusive education service-learning program.
University of Arkansas Now Accepting Applications for New Master of Public Health Program
Applications are being accepted for a new Master of Public Health program. The priority deadline to apply is March 1, but applications will continue to be accepted and reviewed after that date.
Research Reveals Positive Impact of COVID Remote Learning on Educators' Cultural Awareness
Vicki Collet, associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, said the study making personal connections with students and families may mitigate negative effects of school closures.