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Student Applications Now Open for First-Generation Mentoring Program
First-generation college students make up almost 25 percent of the total U of A undergraduate population. First-gen freshmen and sophomores can apply for a mentoring program. Apply by Oct. 4.
Honors College Lecture Explores the Origins and Legacies of the Gothic
Dean Lynda Coon and associate professor of architecture Kim Sexton will discuss the movement’s impacts on politics, economics and society.
Razorback Marching Band Students Receive Custom-Made Ear Plugs as Part of Research Project
Razorback Marching Band students will be taking to the football field this academic year with a new piece of equipment: custom-made ear protection proposed by an honors student.
Spring 2020 Honors College Retro Readings to Explore Secret Rituals and the Logistics of Science
In Honors College Retro Readings courses, students from all colleges tackle classic texts from a contemporary, multidisciplinary point of view.
Service Learning to Offer New Student Travel Grants; Apply by Oct. 15
Service Learning Student Travel Grants are presented to support travel for a domestic academic conference presentation related to a service learning course or research.
Anthropology Professor to Lecture on the Many Faces of Violence
Anthropology professor Ram Natarajan will discuss how we, as a society, define, categorize and approach the violence all around us.
Honors College Forums to Focus on Innovation, Med School, Community Service and Olympics
The spring Honors College Forums, designated as HNRC 300VH, will focus on innovation, medical school, community service, the Olympics and running a state university. Apply by Nov. 1.
Honors College Course Led by Chancellor to Provide Insight Into University Administration
The course offers students an in-depth exploration of higher education administration with the opportunity to see how decisions are made from a variety of administrative angles.
Service Learning Faculty Material and Travel Grant Applications Due Oct. 1
The Service Learning Initiative has opportunities for faculty and instructors to engage in service learning with grants for materials and equipment as well as domestic travel.
Law Professor to Lecture on Contentious Church and State Question
Law professor Mark R. Killenbeck will discuss a fundamental freedom challenged by the diversity of religions and a fractured Supreme Court.