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Food System in Focus in New Honors College Lecture
Three leading U of A experts will discuss the legal, economic and environmental implications of food, and why it matters. The Honors College lecture will be Tuesday.
Honors College Faculty Equipment and Technology Grant Applications Due Sept. 25
The Honors College Faculty Equipment and Technology Grants are designed to help faculty purchase specialized equipment or technology to advance undergraduate research at the university. Apply by Sept. 25.
NSF Funding to Support Innovation Studies for Low-Income Students
An interdisciplinary team has been awarded nearly $1 million to support low-income students interested in innovation in STEM fields.
Conservatism Is Focus of Upcoming Honors College Lecture
Jay P. Greene, distinguished professor and chair of the department of education reform, will discuss conservative thought past and present.
Student Applications Now Open for First-Generation Mentoring Program
The First-Generation Mentoring Program is open to all freshmen and sophomores who are first in their family to attend college — both honors and non-honors students.
Honors College Forum to Feature Lectures by Black Activists
Charles Robinson, the interim provost and professor of history, will revisit the era when Black activists on campus launched the campus newspaper BAD Times in an Honors College Forum.
Service Learning Initiative Rolls Out 'Greetings of Gratitude'
This project honors local health, education, and essential workers for their service during the COVID-19 pandemic with a short written thank you.
Coles Continue Path of Support With $250,000 Advance Arkansas Gift
A gift from Nicholas and Carolyn Cole will create a new Advance Arkansas scholarship for students in the Honors College Path Program.
First-Generation Mentoring Programs Is Seeking Volunteer Faculty Mentors
Become a mentor to first-generation students and help them navigate the university. Apply by Sept. 25.
Honors College Selects 21 Incoming Students for Path Program
The Path Program provides mentoring and scholarships to support exceptional students from underrepresented populations.