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U of A Nursing Student Serves as Translator on Mission Trip Along the Amazon River
Kelly Ribeiro, a student in the R.N. to B.S.N. program at the university's Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, recently served as a translator on a mission trip along the Amazon River.
Senegalese Sports Leaders Visit U of A to Learn About Teaching Youth Sports
The leaders will take a two week workshop prepared by U of A students, who will later visit Senagal to see the results.
Interactive Kiosk Highlights Architect Fay Jones' Residential Design Work
The interdisciplinary project led by two University of Arkansas professors aims to bring Jones’ design work to a wide public audience.
U of A Project Makes a Difference for Low-Income Youth With Disabilities
A new report finds that Arkansas PROMISE has succeeded at improving education and career outcomes for participants.
Annual ARTful Conference Draws Educators From Across State
More than 90 educators from a dozen Arkansas colleges, universities and schools attended the University of Arkansas' eighth annual ARTful Teaching Conference on Petit Jean Mountain.
Fall 2019: Lunch Buddy Mentoring Course
Looking for 3 hours of course credit for the fall 2019 semester? Have you ever considered mentoring?
Law Dean Initiates Summer Public Service Fellowship Program
The program provides paid public service fellowships to promising law students interested in public service careers and is part of the law school's broader effort to fulfill the university's land-grant mission.
Trout Steak Revival to Perform at Faulkner Center Friday, March 29
The U of A Children’s Choir will join the Colorado-based bluegrass band for two songs during the concert.
U of A Design Studio on Fayetteville Public Housing Wins National Award
Architecture students and faculty in the studio developed a blended-income design proposal for Fayetteville’s Willow Heights complex.
All Tickets for Angie Thomas Lecture Tonight Have Been Reserved
Standby tickets may be available at the Walton Arts Center on a first come, first served basis.