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Dr. Brian Primack Named College of Education and Health Professions Dean
Primack, a medical doctor, former teacher and dean of the University of Pittsburgh Honors College, will take the helm of the College of Education and Health Professions on July 1.
Six Students Chosen to Lead Student Media in 2019-20 School Year
Ashlyn Grace Brothers, Austin Cash, Beth Dedman, Morgan Lunsford, Chase Reavis and Mackenzie Reed will lead the student media at the University of Arkansas during the 2019-20 school year.
Supply Chain Management Honor Society Initiates New Members
The Department of Supply Chain Management at the University of Arkansas recently announced initiates to the supply chain management honor society, Sigma Chi Mu Tau.
Renowned Music Educator Begins Residency With Talk
The Department of Music will host Alice Hammel of James Madison University and Virginia Commonwealth University for a week-long residency.
Research Into 3D-Printed Parts Earns Industrial Engineering Professor Air Force Fellowship
Harry Pierson, assistant professor of industrial engineering, will participate in the summer 2019 Air Force Research Lab Summer Faculty Fellowship Program.
Fifteen Students Selected as 2019-20 Walton Ambassadors
A select group of 15 Sam M. Walton College of Business students will serve as the college's ambassadors for the 2019-20 school year.
Cheramie in Apparel Merchandising Selected as Net Impact Wear It Wise Global Campaign Leader
Lance Cheramie, an instructor in the apparel merchandising and product development program, earned his doctorate in public policy with specialization in sustainability.
Angie Smith-Nix Elected President of the Sport and Recreation Law Association
Angie Smith-Nix, a clinical assistant professor in the Health, Human Performance and Recreation department at the U of A, was recently elected president of the Sport and Recreation Law Association at the SRLA Annual Conference in Philadelphia.
Debra Hurd Receives Reappointment to the Arkansas Social Work Licensing Board
Gov. Asa Hutchison has reappointed Debra Gage Hurd, clinical professor in the School of Social Work, to a second term on the Arkansas Social Work Licensing Board.
Siegel Appointed Folk Arts Coordinator for University Libraries
Folklorist Virginia Siegel has joined the University Libraries' staff as the new Arkansas folk arts coordinator for the Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts