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Molly Collier Rawn to Deliver First Lecture in New Series Hosted by Distinguished Lectures Committee
Save the Date: Alumna Molly Collier Rawn will give the first in a series of Distinguished Lectures on "Growing Pains" via Zoom at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23. Login details available.
Bilingual Speech-Language Pathology Grad Puts Her Skills to Work at Children's Hospital
Elizabeth Ocampo-Roman, who earned a master's degree in speech-language pathology in May, is now working at Arkansas Children's Hospital Northwest.
Nursing Grad's Family Tragedy Shaped Her Calling to Work in Hospice Care
After graduating from the U of A with her nursing degree, Grace Davis began working at the Mayo Clinic, where her father had passed away. She's now at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis.
Coles Continue Path of Support With $250,000 Advance Arkansas Gift
A gift from Nicholas and Carolyn Cole will create a new Advance Arkansas scholarship for students in the Honors College Path Program.
Alumni Donate Barron's in Education Program to Walton College Students, Faculty and Staff
For the second year in a row, alumni Douglas Jackson Jr. and John Engskov are providing complimentary online subscriptions to Barron's financial magazine for Walton College.
Chemical Engineering Scholarship Endowment a Birthday Surprise for Alum
Sara McAllister, an Arkansas alumna, worked with university fundraising officials and her family's financial planner to set up the gift as a surprise for her husband Kent's 55th birthday in March.
Ryan Renfro, Alumnus and Staff Member, Remembered for Kind Heart
Ryan Renfro, the first smiling face that many students and faculty saw each day, was described as kind-hearted and loyal to all.
Animal Science Alumnus Leads Penn State Team to 2020 ASAS Academic Quadrathlon Championship
Ben Williamson, an alumnus of the Department of Animal Science, and his team of students from Penn State University won the 2020 National Academic Quadrathlon held July 18-23.
Alley Gift Builds New Master of Science in Construction Management Program
A $2 million gift from Sam and Janet Alley of Little Rock will create an interdisciplinary program endowment for construction management.
Alumna Du Preez to Serve Catholic Campus Ministry RSO as Director at St. Thomas Aquinas
Sarah Brady Du Preez, B.A.'13, the new director of the St. Thomas University Parish, will help rebuild the church and enhance its ministry through its campus RSO.