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Celebrate Open Education Week With University Libraries
The Libraries and our partners across campus are celebrating with several events for graduate students and faculty on March 3 and 5 in Mullins Library Room 104.
Collection of First African American Professor at U of A Now Open
The Gordon Morgan Papers contain teaching materials, research files, correspondence and manuscripts — both published and unpublished.
Law School Transactional Clinic Helps Create, Sustain Hundreds of Nonprofits
Students enrolled in the School of Law Transactional Clinic have assisted roughly 200 community groups across Arkansas to achieve and maintain their status as nonprofit organizations.
Course Materials Conversion Program Call for Proposals Open
Successful applicants can receive $3,000 for adopting Open Educational Resources, $4,500 for adapting them, or $7,500 for creating their own for use in the classroom.
African American Attorneys Exhibit on Display for Black History Month
"A Continuum of Tenacity: Arkansas' African American Attorneys," curated by Catherine Wallack, will display manuscripts, photos and clippings from attorneys with ties to Arkansas on Tuesday.
History's Samuel Ownbey to Present on Tee Davis Feb. 4
Samuel Ownbey, a graduate student in history, will give a presentation on Tee Davis, who spent 10 years in prison after defending his home from an intruder. The presentation will be at 5 p.m. Feb. 4 in Mullins 130.
Mingus Dynasty Quartet to Play Free Concert at Faulkner Performing Arts Center
Join in for a night of free jazz music with the Mingus Dynasty Quartet in honor of the late John Stubblefield at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, in the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center.
Libraries Continue Support of Open Education in State and Region in 2020
During Open Education Week in March, University Libraries will sponsor OE-ARkansas to support open education initiatives on their campuses or use OER in their courses.
Erron and Libby Smith Establish Arkansas Law Review Endowment
Alumni Erron and Libby Smith of Rogers have established an endowed fund to support the Arkansas Law Review in the School of Law.
McCabe Discusses the Future of Meat at Food Law and Policy Conference
Dean Margaret Sova McCabe and professor Susan Schneider were among the experts who