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LGBTQ Faculty, Staff, and Administration Organizing for Monthly Happy Hour 'Queer Beers'
The next meeting will be held at Fresco at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21. This particular meeting will be in conjunction with NWA Equality.
First Students Enter New College Experience Program for Those With Intellectual Disabilities
The first three students in the new four-year, non-degree EMPOWER program at the University of Arkansas are proud to blaze a trail for more who will come after them.
Immigration Debate the Timely Focus of One Book, One Community Selection
Video message from Chancellor Steinmetz recommends The Book of Unknown Americans to anyone concerned with immigration issues.
Muslims for Life Nationwide Blood Drive on Sept. 11
The Al-Islam Students Association will sponsor its annual Sept. 11 Memorial Muslims for Life Blood Drive on Monday and Tuesday. Attend the memorial service at 10 a.m. Monday.
Honors College Selects 14 New Students for Path Program
Mentoring initiative supports exceptional students from underrepresented populations.
U of A LGBTQ-Plus Faculty/Staff-Student Mentoring Program
The U of A LGBTQ-plus Faculty/Staff-Student Mentoring Program is accepting applications from LGBTQ-plus students who wish to be paired with LGBTQ-plus faculty/staff mentors.
Gerald Jordan to Receive Barry Bingham Sr. Fellowship
Associate professor of journalism and U of A alumnus Gerald Jordan will be honored for efforts to encourage students of color in the field of journalism.
Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education Welcomes KIPP Partners to Campus
Although her two older sisters had attended college, a big factor for Naudia Walton's success at the University of Arkansas was the Knowledge is Power Program. Find out more.
iFriend Program to Host Table at Farmer's Market on Saturday
The iFriend program connects local individuals or families with U of A international students, as a platform to build friendships.
Native Youth Arrive on Campus for Food and Agriculture Summit
The fourth annual Native Youth in Food and Agriculture Leadership Summit educates and develops the next generation of tribal leaders.