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Freel, Freshman in Bumpers College, Earns Congressional Award Gold Medal
The Congressional Award is the United States Congress' award for young Americans.
4th Annual Poetry Festival Brings Celebrated Poets to Northwest Arkansas Oct 30-31
The Open Mouth Reading Series invites poetry lovers from all walks of life to attend a series of virtual readings and workshops Oct. 30 and 31 as part of the fourth annual Open Mouth Poetry Festival.
Sponsored Students Welcomed to Campus
More than 200 sponsored students are enrolled as part of the 1,211 international students attending the U of A.
November German Cooking Club features Kaesespaetzle
Saturday, Nov. 14, we'll make Kaesespaetzle: egg dumplings with cheese and caramelized onions.
Small Business Innovation Research Week in the South: Arkansas is coming Nov. 2 - 6
SBIR Week in the South: Arkansas connects technology innovators and entrepreneurs with federal research and development funding.
Study Abroad in Perpignan, France
Students interested in learning about the summer study abroad program in Perpignan are invited to attend a virtual info session Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 4 p.m.
Participants needed for a study on Memory
We are recruiting participants for a brief (10-15 minute) memory experiment.
Co-Founders of 'Sing for Hope' Receive Virtual Fall Residency with the U of A
Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora will lead a Nov. 5 free masterclass for musicians, and a December panel on social impact through art.
Master's Student Completes National Science Foundation Internship with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
An industrial engineering graduate student's research into vehicle routing during natural disasters recently took him to the Pacific Northwest for an internship with a national laboratory.
More In-Person Classes Encouraged For Spring Semester; Break Dates Revised
Additional in-person classes will be offered for the upcoming semester and Spring Break will be split into three smaller breaks.