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ForeverRed's "Hungry Hog Box" Donations Helped Fill the Gap for Food Insecurity on Campus
The U of A's student-run, non-profit business ForeverRed offers a variety of products for the Razorback community.
Emma Wiederhoeft Selected as October's Student Leader of the Month
Originally from Houston, Texas, Emma came to the U of A to study Social Work. She is involved on campus as the Cooking Matters intern for the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry and serves on the board of the Volunteer Action Center.
U of A to Assist in ENGAGE Arkansas Initiative to Help Struggling Students
The U of A Educational Renewal Zone program will take an active role in working with families across the state through individual school districts.
U of A Offers User Experience Training at Deep Discount Amid Pandemic
U of A Professional and Workforce Development will discount User Experience training for Arkansans in October with the help of a grant.
Researchers to Help Rural Arkansas Communities Expand Broadband Access
Communication researchers will gather and analyze data on internet use to help communities plan and implement broadband internet.
U of A United Way Campaign Needs You 'Now More Than Ever'
Join Deans Margaret Sova McCabe and Deacue Fields in this year's campaign, "Now More Than Ever," which has a goal of raising $100,000 to help children and families in need.
Videos of Keetoowah Band on Review for Anniversary of Tribal Recognition
Recordings of the United Keetowah Band, which celebrates its 70th anniversary of federal recognition this weekend, cover 1987 to 2000.
State of Northwest Arkansas Region, Business Analysis Set for Oct. 8
NWA Council COO Mike Harvey will join U of A economist Mervin Jebaraj to discuss economic trends and regional recruitment efforts.
Department of Music Hosts Panel Discussion on Re-thinking Music Teaching for Virtual Spaces
The Department of Music presents "Flip It and Reverse It," a panel discussion on re-thinking music teaching for virtual spaces via Zoom at 3:30 p.m. CST Tuesday, Sept. 29.
Supply Chain Hall of Fame Grand Opening Set for Oct. 8
A socially distanced event at the Supply Chain Hall of Fame’s new home in Rogers will be available online on Oct. 8.