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Honors Students Selected for Prestigious Congressional Black Caucus Internship
Honors students Elijah Conley, Daniel Webster and Justyce Yuille were three of only 55 people chosen for the prestigious Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Inc. Summer Internship Program.
Honors Student Launches Non-Profit to Spark Youth Activism
Sturgis Fellow Maya Ungar along with students from Stanford and University of Toronto are creating lesson plans on political engagement.
Research Shows Candidates Look to Arkansas More for Big Donors than Super Tuesday Voters
Political Science's Karen Sebold writes about Arkansas' unique role in the primaries for Brookings, saying, "With low turnout, candidates look to Arkansas more for big donors than Super Tuesday voters."
School of Law Joins ABA Celebration of 100 Years of Women's Right to Vote
The School of Law will host an exhibit, "100 Years After the 19th Amendment: Their Legacy, and Our Future," Jan. 27-30 in the Robert and Vivian Young Law Library.
Honors Forums to Focus on BAD Student Organization, Obesity Epidemic and Presidential Election
The fall 2020 Honors College Forums will focus on the Black Americans for Democracy student organization at the U of A, the obesity epidemic and the presidential election. Apply by April 3.
Pryor Center Presents 'Opinion Journalism in the Age of Trump' with Journalist Alex Kingsbury Feb. 5
Alex Kingsbury, senior staff editor at the New York Times, will present "Opinion Journalism in the Age of Trump" at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5, at the Pryor Center on the Fayetteville Square.
Middle East Studies Forum to Discuss Developments, Protests in Iran on Jan. 23
Shirin Saeidi and Mohammad Tabaar, experts in Iranian studies, will give lectures that look at the escalation of tension between Iran and the United States and the impact on regional politics.
Arkansas Poll Looks at Immigration, Gun Laws and Political Makeup of State
The 21st annual Arkansas Poll found an increase in Arkansans identifying as Republican and support for both gun laws and a border wall.
Hughes to Present on Re-Segregation of Little Rock Nov. 7
Airic Hughes, a doctoral candidate in history, will present "Through the Heart of the City: I-630 and the Re-segregation of Little Rock" at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7, in the Walton Reading Room of Mullins Library.
U of A's Blair Center Receives $1 Million Campaign Gift in Memory of Namesake
A planned gift from alumnus Brian Wolff will support the endowment of the Blair Center and research involving Southern politics and culture.