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Programs in Human Environmental Sciences Form Plans to Address Cultural Competence
The School of Human Environmental Sciences is bridging gaps in academic programs where cultural competence is crucial to interacting with people who may have different values, beliefs and feelings.
U of A Teacher Candidates Judge Statewide Competition, Visit Governor's Mansion
Morgan McDaniel, Frances Holland, Colton Watson, Holli Hutchinson, Sophie Spann, Diana Cortes and Sheri Deaton served as evaluators for the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.
Parks to Coordinate Bumpers College Scholarship Program
Heather Parks has been named project specialists for scholarships, development and external relations in U of A's Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences.
Communication Disorders Professor Shares Tips for Parents in Video
Rachel Glade, clinical assistant professor of communication disorders at the U of A, helps parents navigate the emotions and treatment decisions that accompany a diagnosis.
Local Girls Scouts Make Soap On Campus With Help From Human Environmental Sciences
Faculty members in the U of A's School of Human Environmental Sciences recently spent part of a weekend helping local girl scouts with their holiday soap making project.
Info Session Set for Students Interested in Child Life Specialist Careers
The School of Human Environmental Sciences is holding an information session is for any students interested in careers as child life specialists from 3:05-4:05 p.m. Wednesday in the AFLS room D-115.
Jean Tyson Child Development Study Center Maintains National NAEYC Accreditation
The Jean Tyson Child Development Study Center at the University of Arkansas has maintained accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children.