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December German Cooking Club Features Zimtsterne Christmas Cookies
This month, the German Cooking Club is going to be meeting virtually at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, and baking German Christmas cookies. Registration is free but required.
U of A Set To Celebrate International Education Week Nov. 16-20
The U of A will celebrate International Education Week Nov. 16-20, with events for the week-long initiative coordinated by the Graduate School and International Education. Get the whole schedule.
University of Arkansas Announces Native American Heritage Month Virtual Events
November is National Native American Heritage Month, the recognition of the first peoples of this continent and celebration of their culture, heritage, history and contemporary identities.
On Display, Online: Campus Disrupted
Campus Disrupted, presented on the Honors College blog, highlights U of A students' reaction to local, national and international events that brought change to our local community.
Hosts Call for Participants in Upcoming International Education Week
The office of International Students and Scholars in collaboration with registered student organizations and academic units will celebrate International Education Week Nov. 16-20.
Pryor Center Launches 2020-21 Season of Signature Lecture Series
Four virtual presentations centered around racism, social justice and policing are planned for this fall.
16th Annual Indigenous Peoples Day Observance Goes Virtual
This year marks the 16th annual observance of Indigenous Peoples' Day with a proclamation read by Mayor Lioneld Jordan.
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrated With Virtual Events for 2020
Hispanic Heritage Month provides an opportunity to learn and celebrate the vastness of Latin culture and the achievements and contribution of Latinx individuals across the world.
Middle East Discussion Group to Meet Virtually for Fall 2020
Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to participate in Majlis, a weekly informal discussion group on the Middle East. Discussion is open to anyone interested in the Middle East and North Africa.
Campus Cousin Program Pairs Domestic and International Students
The Office of International Students and Scholars is seeking students for the university's iFriend program, which pairs domestic students with international students to learn more about each other's culture.