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Japanese Delegation Meets With Arkansas Business, Government Leaders
The World Trade Center Arkansas and Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin hosted the Consul General of Japan in Nashville, Hiroyuki Kobayashi, and a delegation on Dec. 10 in Little Rock.
Chancellor Visits Alumni, Students-to-be and Rotarians in Mountain Home
Chancellor Steinmetz spoke of student success initiatives, Advance Arkansas scholarships, faculty achievements and state growth.
Local Girls Scouts Make Soap On Campus With Help From Human Environmental Sciences
Faculty members in the U of A's School of Human Environmental Sciences recently spent part of a weekend helping local girl scouts with their holiday soap making project.
Spring Program Preps Human Resource Professionals for Certification Exam
The 16-week course begins Jan. 31 with the options of in-person, live online, or recorded online courses to meet the needs of working adults.
Hospitality Students Assist War Eagle Fair Vendors for Service Learning Class
The Festival Management and Analysis course gave hospitality students a hands-on way to understand how to make decisions that help a cultural festival such as the craft fair at War Eagle.
Spring 2019: Lunch Buddy Mentoring Course
The Peer Safety Project, directed by Tim Cavell, professor of psychology, is currently recruiting undergraduate mentors for the spring 2019, which offers 3 hours of credit. All majors are welcome.
Morimoto Elected Committee Chair for Sociologists for Women in Society
Associate professor Shauna Morimoto will chair the Career Development Committee for the national organization
Cole Mcquirk to Serve as Peace Corps Volunteer in Albania
Cole Mcquirk, a student studying Italian, will work with banks, nongovernental organizations and a municipality on ways to improve economic development.
Students at ACT Bootcamp Hear National Expert on ACT Preparation
The University of Arkansas Talent Search program hosted 150 area high school students for the event.
Facilities Management Chili Cook-off Raises $3,400 for U of A United Way
Chili luncheon, cook-off competition and silent auction provide tasty and tasteful opportunities to help local children living in poverty.