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Sophomore's Honors Thesis Focuses on Innovative Digital Lessons for Teachers
Terrell Page, a sophomore honors English education major, is studying to teach junior and high school students with innovative digital methods.
New Book from U of A Professor Offers Nature of Science Knowledge from 65 Authors
A new book by U of A distinguished professor William McComas offers educators various ways to share knowledge development in science with multiple audiences.
Chance to Win One of Several $20 Walmart Gift Cards
College students are needed for survey research on hand-washing behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic: Chance to win one of several $20 Walmart gift cards.
Education Reform Professor Robert Costrell Honored with Steven D. Gold Award
Robert Costrell, professor of education reform and economics (by courtesy) at the University of Arkansas, was recently honored with the 2020 Steven D. Gold Award.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Course Proposals Due October 30
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Arkansas, is seeking instructors and course proposals for the impending spring 2021 term. Deadline for course proposals is Oct. 30.
Faculty, Students and Staff Invited to Participate in Research Study About Breastfeeding
The study will help determine potential barriers to exclusive breastfeeding in a university setting as well as knowledge of campus resources and breastfeeding attitudes.
OLLI Offers Unique Look Into Jonestown Massacre
Preston Jones intends to feature a deep dive into the dark events that took place in November 1978 when more than 900 Americans died at Jonestown, Guyana. The class will be 9:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 12.
Nursing Student Creates Health Product to Help Young Ghanian Women Stay in School
Nursing student McKenzie Canon was disappointed when her medical outreach trip was canceled this summer, but she continued her work on a reusable feminine hygiene solution for students.
Nontraditional Student, Veteran Always Dreamed of Becoming a Razorback
Byron Dejarlo is a veteran, an immigrant, a father and a non-traditional student at the University of Arkansas studying to become a technology teacher.
Communication Sciences and Disorders Program Welcomes International Graduate Scholars
Samadhi Devayalage of Sri Lanka follows in the footsteps of Gayanthi Kodituwakku, a 2019 International Fulbright Scholar also from Sri Lanka.