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Women's Giving Circle Virtual Voting Event Awards $100,000 in Funding
The Women’s Giving Circle held its annual voting event on Jan. 14 and awarded $100,000 to 11 campus projects.
Weatherby's Law Article Offers Legal Framework to Examine School Discipline Reform
Associate professor Danielle Weatherby's new article, "Student Discipline and the Active Avoidance Doctrine," has been published in the newest issue of the University of California Davis Law Review.
'The Darwin Seminar' Interdisciplinary Class Offered This Semester
Don't be slow. Sign up for the interdisciplinary honors course, The Darwin Seminar, being taught by a team of 10 professors who explore the life of Darwin and the science of evolution.
Murphy Joins School of Law Leadership Team
Tiffany Murphy, associate professor of law and director of the Criminal Practice Clinic, has been appointed as the school's associate dean for academic affairs.
Study Finds 'Big 4' Auditing Firms Respond to Negative News Coverage
Negative news caused the four largest firms to increase audit attention and improve audit quality. A study confirms the media’s watchdog role.
Parker Named Director of Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative
Erin Parker has been named director of the University of Arkansas Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative in the School of Law.
Three Employees Named to Civil Rights Committee
Cynthia Nance, Danielle Weatherby and Danielle L. Williams were appointed to the Arkansas Advisory Committee for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to provide counsel and guidance.
Pryor Center's Series Concludes With Presentation on Body-Worn Cameras, Police Accountability
Natalie Todak, assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, for a presentation on "Body-Worn Cameras and Police Accountability: High Hopes, Lackluster Evidence."
National Experts Collaborate to Examine Food, Law and COVID-19
Susan Schneider, director of the Master of Laws program in agricultural and food law, and professors nationwide taught a course to examine issues around food, law and COVID-19.
Pryor Center's Fall Lecture Series Culminates With Presentation on Body-Worn Cameras and Police Accountability
Natalie Todak, of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, will give a presentation on "Body-Worn Cameras and Police Accountability: High Hopes, Lackluster Evidence" at 6 p.m. Dec. 3.