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UAConnect Upgrade Starts Thursday
The UAConnect team is completing a move to the new university single sign-on system and an upgrade to the infrastructure that supports UAConnect.
'Cafe' Helping Students Face Daunting Task of Writing a Thesis
Every Friday, tutors from the Business Communication Lab are getting together with Walton Honors students to talk about writing a thesis in a format called the Thesis Café.
Occupational Therapy Program Receives $100,000 Award From UAMS Chancellor's Circle
The occupational therapy doctoral program that is being jointly developed by the UAMS College of Health Professions and the College of Education and Health Professions at the U of A.
U of A Graduate School to Launch Bridge Program for Underrepresented Students
During this week-long summer institute in early August, RISE participants will attend seminars focused on professional development, academic skills and personal growth.
TFSC 2018-19 Call for Teaching Grant Proposals
There are two types of grants available this year: Student Success Grants, which award up to $2,500 each, and Teaching Improvement Grants, which award up to $5,000 each. Apply by March 15.
U of A Rome Center Experiencing Record Enrollment
Enrollment at the U of A Rome Center is at record levels this semester. One hundred and thirty students from four universities are currently studying at the Rome campus, 36 from the U of A.
Apply Now for Teaching Camp 2018
The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center is accepting applications for Teaching Camp 2018, to be held Aug. 5-7, at The Lodge at Mount Magazine.
Application Now Available for Faculty Awards
University Libraries and Global Campus offer monetary awards as incentives for faculty to reduce the cost of textbooks for their students by using Open Educational Resources.
First-Year Engineers Celebrate Milestone on Decision Day
More than 600 first-year engineering students celebrated a major turning point in their college career last week: choosing which field of engineering they'll pursue.
Book Club Gives Middle-Schoolers, University Students Deeper Understanding
Education students at the university learn to teach by switching off the "teach" button and switching on the "interaction" button with middle school students.