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U of A Hosts Nobel Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus on Jan. 22
The economist Muhammad Yunus will talk with students and community members about microfinance and social business during a lecture at 8 a.m. CST Friday, Jan. 22, via Zoom. RSVP for the event.
Registration Open for Razorback Kid Spirit
Registration for the 2021 Razorback Kid Spirit Program is now open, giving young Hog fans interested in cheerleading and dance a fun and engaging way to connect with Arkansas Athletics.
Researchers Receive $499,936 Grant to Investigate Molecular Signals That Initiate Plant Defenses
Fiona Goggin, a professor of entomology, has spent years studying the interactions of plants and insects with an eye toward developing safe biological pest control against nematodes and soilborne diseases.
UA System Board of Trustees Expresses Thanks to Employees
The Board of Trustees praised the UA System’s more than 17,000 employees for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read the December Issue of the Student Affairs Bulletin
The Student Affairs Bulletin is the official blog from the Division of Student Affairs. Each issue features stories about what is happening in Student Affairs at the University of Arkansas.
Siebenmorgen Leaves Global Legacy in Rice Industry Innovation
Terry Siebenmorgen, known around the globe for his work in rice processing, but also treasured by co-workers and friends alike for his optimism, unflinching support and kindness, died Sunday. He was 63.
Veterinary, Medical Entomologist Joins Division of Agriculture Research Faculty
Emily McDermott, whose research focuses on medical and veterinary entomology, will develop an academic course along the same lines for Bumpers College.
Free Walk Across NWArkansas; Register Today
Register for the fall 2020 Walk Across NWArkansas program lasting now until Nov. 15. The eight-week exercise program is organized each spring and fall by the Cooperative Extension Service.
Bourland Discusses Cotton Breeding at Monday's Crop Science Fall Seminar
Fred Bourland, who has released 98 cotton germplasm lines and eight cotton cultivars, is the guest speaker for today's Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences Seminar Series.
Simpson Gifts Spark Synergies in Supply Chain and Promote Gender Diversity
Two gifts totaling $175,000 from David and Shelley Simpson will support a student organization in supply chain and symposium.