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Six University of Arkansas Alumni and Students Selected to Teach English in Japan
Five U of A alumni and one graduate student were selected as Assistant Language Teachers for the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program, allowing the students to teach English this year in Japan.
Four Honorees to Be Inducted Into Arkansas Business Hall of Fame in 2020
Leaders in banking, construction, publishing and real estate to be honored at gala ceremony in Little Rock on Feb. 7, 2020.
Athletic Training Friends to Go Head to Head at Arkansas-Kentucky Football Game This Weekend
Alumni Thomas Kidd and Jon Melia are working as athletic trainers for the Arkansas and Kentucky football teams, respectively, and the two teams will compete this coming weekend.
Drag Brunch Benefiting the PRIDE Alumni Scholarship
Alumni Providing Walton College Faculty, Students With Access to Barron's
Douglas Jackson Jr. and John Engskov, partners in a wealth management group at Merrill Lynch, partnered with the Barron's in Education Program to provide the digital subscriptions.
A Q&A with Fulbright College Alumnus Jacob Shores-Argüello
Jacob Shores-Argüello, a graduate of the Program in Creative Writing and Translation, is the recipient of the 2018 Lannan Literary Fellowship for Poetry, a $100,000 prize. Learn more in this Q&A with him.
World Trade Center Arkansas Internship Prepared Alumna for International Career
Claire Beach '17 is now working on a Master of Arts in governance and international policy at Aston University in the United Kingdom.
Remembering Lt. Col Leroy Pond on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day
Fayetteville man, U of A grad, World War II hero who “went swimming on his birthday” – June 6, 1944.
Fay Jones School Alumni and Faculty Celebrated at American Institute of Architects Conference
Projects earned an Honor Award and a Small Project Award, while two alumni received Young Architects Awards.
Civil Engineering Academy Welcomes New Members, Celebrates Students and Past Members
The Arkansas Academy of Civil Engineering added 12 new members in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the profession and honored three students and past members.