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Economists to Discuss Outlook for 2020 at 26th Business Forecast Luncheon
Three experts to discuss the regional, national and international economic outlook at the annual Business Forecast Luncheon.
Technical Writing Course Offers Students Community-Based Service-Learning Opportunities
Students have the chance to see how their academic writing can have important, observable and positive results in the lives of other people — even before the semester ends.
'Louis I. Kahn: The Nordic Latitudes' Published by UA Press, Fay Jones School
A new book by Per Olaf Fjeld and Emily Randall Fjeld will be celebrated with a Dec. 11 book signing in Vol Walker Hall on the university campus.
Arkansas Reads Program Delivers Books to Delta Elementary School
Chancellor Joe Steinmetz and Vice Provost Suzanne McCray delivered 7,000 books collected by sororities this year to Augusta Elementary to help promote early literacy.
December at Garvan Woodland Gardens Features Annual 'Holiday Lights' Display, Free Concerts
Garvan Woodland Gardens will celebrate the holiday season with its annual lighting display, visits with Santa, the Jingle Dogs Pup Parade and a range of musical offerings.
STEMusical Bridges Art and Science for Local Students
Songs written by Gary Prinz and his civil engineering students give grade school students a chance to learn fundamentals of science and engineering while committing them to musical memory.
Arkansas Stories Continue With On-Site Exploration of Captivity and Resistance
The two-day exploration of “Captivity and Resistance” will consist of a series of events that are free and open to the public Nov. 15-16.
U of A Startup Village to Open in November at Block and Dickson
The new facility provides seed-stage U of A entrepreneurial teams with reservable office space and support.
Eight Campus Projects Benefit From 2019 Women's Giving Circle Grants
$100,000 was awarded to eight university programs, including support for breast cancer research, literacy and the EMPOWER program.
New Apprenticeship Program Opens Doors for Aspiring Farmers
Aspiring farmers can learn the ins and outs of farming in a new on-farm apprenticeship program beginning January 2020. Applications are due by Dec. 15.