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Journalism Ethics Center Director Awarded National Grant for Historical Research
Raymond McCaffrey, director of the Center for Ethics in Journalism, plans to use the grant to research Louis Stark, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on labor during the 1920s.
Turkish Scholar to Discuss Political Dynamics of The 'New Turkey', Jan. 22
Nazlı Özkan, a post-doctoral fellow with the King Fahd Center, will speak on Turkey and its historical and global position during a lecture at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, in Arkansas Union 510-511.
Fulbright College Scholarship Application Process Begins for 2019-20 Year
The application form and all accompanying materials must be received no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1.
U of A Graduate in Communication Wins National Award for Master's Thesis
Elizabeth Ashley Clayborn, a 2018 graduate of the Department of Communication, has won a national communication award for outstanding master's thesis.
Comfort Sheds Light on 'The Dark Years'
Kathy Comfort, associate professor of French, has recently published a book titled Refiguring Les Années Noires: Literary Representations of the Nazi Occupation.
Journalist and Professor Dale Carpenter Honored with Ernie Deane Award
The top Arkansas award for valor in journalism recognizes those who exemplify the spirit, style and courage of its namesake, Ernie Deane.
Libraries Launch Digital Collection on American Old West
The collection includes diaries of Deputy Marshall Addison Beck and his wife, Sarah "Said" Beck, about their life on the Arkansas frontier during the tenure of Judge Isaac Parker of Fort Smith.
School of Art Celebrates Fine Arts Library Acquisition, 'Bridget Riley: The Complete Paintings'
The School of Art celebrating the recent acquisition by the Fine Arts Library of Bridget Riley: The Complete Paintings, which documents more than 600 known paintings by Bridget Riley.
Allen Nationally Recognized as Outstanding Graduate Mentor
Myria Allen, graduate director in the Department of Communication, was recently recognized as the National Communication Association Master's Section 2018 Outstanding Mentor in Master's Education.
2018 Hill Magazine Released
The 2018 edition of Hill magazine released this week on campus and at select off-campus locations. The theme of the 2018 edition is "No Longer Unspoken."