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Southeast Arkansan Middle School Students Take on COVID-19 During Biomedical Research Camp
This summer, the U of A's 2020 Biomedical Research Camp went virtual while also taking the topic of COVID-19 head-on.
Campaign Arkansas Surpasses Goal, Raises Nearly $1.45 Billion
The university's eight-year campaign to advance academic opportunity came to a successful conclusion, raising nearly $1.45 billion for campus.
University of Arkansas Launches Student-Run Record Label, Hill Records
The collaboration will function as a production and entertainment company, giving students real-world music industry experience.
Researcher to Study Whether Sewage Can Help Track COVID-19
A U of A civil engineering professor was awarded federal funding to study whether wastewater can help track COVID-19 in communities.
Fay Jones School Design Education Goes Virtual With Video Series Programming
The FAY Design Virtual Education series, which grew out of the Fay Jones School's design camp, will officially launch this week and can be found on the school's YouTube channel.
O'Leary-Kelly Named Chair of Walton Arts Center Council
Anne O'Leary-Kelly, senior associate dean and professor of management at the Sam M. Walton College of Business, has been named chair of the Walton Arts Center Council.
Sesquicentennial Filmmakers Seek Stories From Students on the Hill
Filmmakers documenting the university’s 150 years want to tell the story through your eyes. Tell them a story about the U of A.
Master's Counseling Students Get Hands-On Experience in Crisis Counseling Techniques
As a part of a partnership with Hope Academy in Bentonville, master's-level students in the Counselor Education and Supervision program conducted surveys this summer with the parents.
School of Art High School Summer Workshop Presents Virtual Exhibition 'Together Apart'
The U of A School of Art recently hosted the second annual summer workshop for high school students that concluded with an online exhibition, 'Together Apart.'
Razorback Community Rallies to Help Students
The COVID-19 pandemic has created many unforeseen financial difficulties for University of Arkansas students, but the Razorback community has rallied to help.