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Lyrique Quintette Performs at International Clarinet Association Conference
The Lyrique Quintette, the Music Department's faculty ensemble in residence, was invited to perform at the International Clarinet Association's annual conference, ClarinetFest 2019.
Geosciences Professor Helps Refine the Guidelines for How the World Tracks Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Jason Tullis is one of the scientists who helped create the refinement.
U of A's Fulbright College Introduces 2019 Sturgis Fellows
Four Arkansas high school graduates have received university’s oldest and one of its most prestigious fellowships, worth $72,000.
Planning Underway for University's 150th Anniversary Celebration
Ideas sought for events and activities to help commemorate the U of A sesquicentennial in 2021.
Over 300 U of A Students Receive National Recognition in 2018-2019
Students earned competitive scholarships, fellowships, grants and internships through the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards.
AECT's Graham Named Top Educator by American Association for Agricultural Education
Donna L. Graham, University Professor of agricultural education, has been named the nation's Outstanding Agricultural Educator by the American Association for Agricultural Education.
Geosciences' Edward C. Holland Receives Cambridge Fellowship
Geosciences' Edward C. Holland has been selected to receive the Arkansas Visiting Fellowship at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England for the 2019-20 academic year.
Killenbeck Inducted as Life Member of American Law Institute
Mark R. Killenbeck, the Wylie H. Davis Distinguished Professor of Law, was inducted as a Life Member of the American Law Institute after 25 years of service to the organization.
Remembering Lt. Col Leroy Pond on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day
Fayetteville man, U of A grad, World War II hero who “went swimming on his birthday” – June 6, 1944.
Honors College and University Relations Film Collaboration Wins Four Tellys
The short documentary, Buen Camino, follows honors students along the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route in France and Spain.