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School of Art Announces Selection of Architecture Teams
The architecture firms HGA and MAHG Architecture have been selected to develop the Windgate Art and Design District in Fayetteville.
Summer parking modifications are approved
A number of construction projects on campus at the University of Arkansas during the summer months will close certain parking areas to motorists.
U of A and City of Fayetteville Join to Support Renewable Energy Project
The Wind Catcher Energy Connection Project is using wind turbines in Oklahoma to generate and transmit electricity to Northwest Arkansas.
Temporary Wi-Fi Change in J.B. Hunt Building
In preparation for a network upgrade, the UARK Wi-Fi network in the J.B. Hunt Building will be temporarily replaced by a proof-of-concept network named 'JBHT-WIFI.'
Generous Donation Improves Accessibility and Usage of Instruments for Chemistry Majors
Laboratory improvements in Discovery Hall have recently been implemented to place analytical chemistry instruments near students, enhancing the learning experience and assuring safety.
Federal Funding Comes Through to Complete SEFOR Cleanup
U of A credits Rep. Womack and Sen. Boozman for $10 million grant that will turn the former nuclear plant into a green field by early 2019.
University Libraries Seek Campus Input on Mullins Renovation
The University Libraries will host two open forums Friday, April 6 — one for students and one for faculty and staff — to ask questions and provide input regarding the anticipated library renovation.
Power Outage Planned for Kimpel Hall
The power will be off to the entire building Saturday, March 17, and in the four-story section of the building through Spring Break.
University Libraries Bring First Cross-Laminated Timber Panel to State
The first cross-laminated timber panel in the state of Arkansas was installed on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at the future library storage facility site off Government Avenue in Fayetteville.
New Initiative Seeks to Streamline Classroom Scheduling
Three levels of classrooms — Standard, Standard Lite and Bring Your Own Device — will replace the 42 options currently delineated in the classroom scheduling software.