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Sophomore's Honors Thesis Focuses on Innovative Digital Lessons for Teachers
Terrell Page, a sophomore honors English education major, is studying to teach junior and high school students with innovative digital methods.
Teaching and Faculty Support Center Announces October Virtual Presentations for Faculty
The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center will host seven virtual presentations for faculty during the month of October about ways to improve your teaching and learn about support.
Live Today: New Textbook Adoption Platform
The Barnes & Noble College Adoption & Insights Portal is your source for researching, adopting and sharing insights about textbooks and course materials.
Needy to Lead Engineering; Koski to Serve as Dean of GSIE
Kim Needy will serve a one-year appointment as dean of the College of Engineering, and Pat Koski will fill a 10-month appointment as dean of the Graduate School and International Education.
Resilient Design Course to Feature Governor, Industry Experts
Gov. Asa Hutchinson and senior leaders from government and industry will be among the presenters in an eight-week course this fall on resilient design and crisis management.
Honors College Retro Reading Course to Focus on Partisanship
A spring honors course, Partisanship, will follow partisanship in America from ratification of the U.S. Constitution to the Civil War to the 20th century. Deadline to apply for the class is 11:59 p.m. Oct. 30.
Course Materials Conversion Program Call for Proposals Open
Faculty may apply for funding to convert course materials to open resources or a spring workshop on redesigning courses to take advantage of open textbooks or library resources. Apply by Oct. 22.
Hamm Completes Route 91 Harvest Festival Case Study, Adds to Event Planning Classes
Hospitality management instructor Dede Hamm was part of Jason Aldean's 2018 summer tour while researching her case study on the 2017 Route 91 Harvest Festival tragedy in Las Vegas.
OEOC to Celebrate Disabilities Awareness Month with Webinars
The U of A will observe Disabilities Awareness Month in October with a series of webinars throughout the month on topics to raise awareness of disabilities and the 30th anniversary of the ADA.
Diversity, Transformation and Italian Studies Hosts Its Inaugural Event
The collective endeavors to be a forum that encourages discussion and brings about meaningful transformation of Italian studies. A meeting via Zoom will be at 6 p.m. CDT Thursday.