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U of A Among Best Public Universities in Nation, According to U.S. News Ranking
The U of A ranked 77th in the nation among public universities, is in the top 50 for business and a leader in computer science and engineering.
NSF Funding to Support Innovation Studies for Low-Income Students
An interdisciplinary team has been awarded nearly $1 million to support low-income students interested in innovation in STEM fields.
Walton College Organizes 'Let's Talk' Semester on Integrity and Race
A book of the semester, speakers and workshops highlight fall program to emphasize the importance of talking about integrity and racism.
Pandemic Accelerated Remote Work, a Trend Likely to Remain
Researchers identified other potential effects of remote work, such as reduced physical cues possibly leading to better working relationships.
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.
U of A Enactus Awarded National Recognitions
Their Gasoline Run-Off Project, which designed and 3D-printed a gasoline pump nozzle to prevent spilling gasoline at service stations, won second place in their league.
Data Science Program Names Director, Associate Director
Manuel D. Rossetti has been named director of the new interdisciplinary Data Science Program, and Karl D. Schubert has been named associate director.
Simpson Gifts Spark Synergies in Supply Chain and Promote Gender Diversity
Two gifts totaling $175,000 from David and Shelley Simpson will support a student organization in supply chain and symposium.
Eiler Selected as Walton College Employee of the Year
Carolyn Eiler, director of special events and projects, has been named the 2019-20 Employee of the Year for the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
Walton College Chapter, Students Win Awards at Beta Alpha Psi Annual Meeting
Students from the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas won several awards and recognitions at the annual Beta Alpha Psi national meeting held this month.