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U of A Seniors of Significance Class of 2021 Announced
These outstanding seniors were selected based on their academic achievements, leadership skills and co-curricular involvement.
Fay Jones School Hosts Virtual 'Piggybacking Practices' Symposium
Virtual symposium brings together some of North America’s most innovative architects, urban designers and scholars for a conversation exploring “piggybacking practices.”
Manasreh Recognized by Prestigious Journal for Nine-Year Service
Omar Manasreh, professor of electrical engineering, was recognized by the journal IEEE Electron Device Letters for his nine-year service and contribution to the journal.
New History of the Physics Department by Raj Gupta and Paul Sharrah Published
A new history of the Department of Physics titled, Acoustics to Quantum Materials: A Centennial History of the Department of Physics, University of Arkansas, has been published.
Teaching Academy Inducts New Fellows
The Teaching Academy inducted eight new Fellows: Denise Beike, Andrew Braham, Todd Cleveland, Amy Farmer, Deborah Korth, Jacquelyn Wiersma-Mosley, Scott Osborn, and Samantha Robinson.
Congratulations Employees of the 2nd Quarter
Veronica Mobley, Mary Skinner, April McDowell, Karmen Boddie and Tony Frazier were honored as employees of the 2nd Quarter.
100th Anniversary Phi Alpha Theta Super-Regional Virtual Conference, March 12-13
Phi Alpha Theta, the national honor society for history students, was founded at the U of A, and the campus chapter will host a conference as part of its 100th anniversary year featuring lectures and panel discussions.
Mackenzie Keyes Selected as February Student Leader of the Month
Sophomore Mackenzie Keyes, a student in supply chain management and marketing, has been selected as the Student Leader of the Month for February 2021.
Report on Japanese American Internment Site Earns Second Place in 2020 HALS Challenge
A report focused on the significance of the landscape housing a former Japanese American internment camp in Jerome was recognized in an annual Historic American Landscapes Survey competition.
Three Honored for Life-Saving Actions On Fellow Employee
Raj Rao, Mark Power and Jim Coleman were honored by the American Red Cross for helping save the life of fellow employee Heather Nachtmann after a heart attack.