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Canadian Officials Work with World Trade Center to Engage Arkansas Businesses
Canada is Arkansas' largest trading partner and best customer, a relationship that supports 66,000 Arkansas jobs..
Psychological Stressors Affect Truck Drivers, Contribute to Industry Shortage, Research Finds
Being a truck driver is a grueling and often thankless job. Time away from home and family, poor pay, and a generally unhealthy lifestyle are affecting the industry.
Successful Thesis Defenses in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
Brooke Anderson, Willy Mulimbi Byamungu, and Noussayma Njeim successfully defended their respective master's theses in Bumpers College.
Walton College Establishes Blockchain Center of Excellence
New center to study and advocate for blockchain, a technology that holds the promise of a more collaborative and secure digital future.
Leeds Takes Permanent Role as Vice Chancellor for Economic Development
The former School of Law dean will focus on the University of Arkansas’ economic and social impact on the state and beyond.
Filling the IT Skills Gap in NWA Goal of U of A Global Campus Initiative
A third state grant will mean more information technology training for Northwest Arkansas workers.
Partnership Provides Opportunities to Broaden Research Impact
The Science Venture Primer Partnership pairs the University of Arkansas Office of Economic Development and Startup Junkie.
World Trade Center Arkansas Hosts UK Officials for Brexit Update
Officials of the United Kingdom, Arkansas' fifth largest trading partner, gave an informative discussion on Britain's exit from the European Union and the current status of U.S.-U.K. relations.
First UAteach Computer Science Graduates to be Honored at Conference
Program aims to provide computer science teachers for Arkansas high schools to help support Gov. Hutchinson’s educational initiative.
Report Finds World Trade Centers Build Global Connections, Fuel Local Growth
The World Trade Centers Association and Foreign Policy magazine published the first-ever WTCA Trade and Investment Report.