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Blending Art and Entrepreneurship
Though Adrienne Callander is an assistant professor of art and entrepreneurship, her research centers on challenging the separation of these two processes. Read about her work in Research Frontiers.
U of A and Northwest Arkansas Council to Support Small Businesses, Nonprofits
The Small Business Emergency Assistance program will support businesses and nonprofits impacted by the coronavirus.
World Trade Center Works With SBA to Aid Small Businesses, Agriculture During Pandemic
The World Trade Center of Arkansas is working closely with the U.S. Small Business Administration to promote economic resilience and ease concern among small businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
McMillons Increase Support for Innovation Studio by $1 Million
Doug and Shelley McMillon’s additional gift will support student work in customer-focused problem solving and innovation.
Applications Open for Summer I-Corps Program for Faculty and Students Interested in Commercialization
A primary goal of this program is to encourage researchers to consider how the commercialization of their research might open new avenues of discovery and promote economic development in the state.
UA Graduate Wins $1,000 In 60-Second Business Pitch Competition
U of A graduate and local small business owner Omar Kasim won over judges at Wednesday's IdeamFame pitch competition, taking home $1,000 he plans to invest in his new company.
Walmart Executive to Speak About Women as Change Makers at Luncheon
Latriece Watkins, the executive vice president for consumables division of Walmart U.S., as the commission's 2020 keynote speaker at the upcoming luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Tuesday, April 7.
Advisory Committee Leads National Search for Vice Chancellor of Economic Development Position
An advisory committee made up of U of A faculty, staff and alumni is leading a national search to find a permanent replacement for the vice chancellor for economic development position.
Workshop for Graduate Students to Explore Academic and Non-Academic Career Paths
Experts who have charted a range of paths to professional success will talk with students starting at 2 p.m. today, Feb. 14, at the Brewer Family Hub just off the Fayetteville Square.
World Trade Center Arkansas Sees Bright Future With EU After D.C. Reception
Despite a shakeup among European Union membership, the EU will continue to be a major player in Arkansas trade and investment, according to Dan Hendrix of the World Trade Center Arkansas.