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Hazbun to Discuss Political Insecurity in the Middle East, Tonight
Political scientist Waleed Hazbun will give a talk on political insecurity in the Middle East following U.S. intervention at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16, in Kimpel Hall 102.
Historian Publishes New Book on Legacy of J. William Fulbright
Professor Alessandro Brogi, the book's lead co-editor, along with the book's authors, including Distinguished Professor Randall Woods, bring a fresh international perspective to their evaluation of Fulbright.
Hazbun to Discuss Political Insecurity in the Middle East, Sept 16
Political scientist Waleed Hazbun of the University of Alabama will give a talk on political insecurity in the Middle East following U.S. intervention at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 16 in Kimpel Hall 102.
Pryor Center Presents: A Symposium on the Elaine Massacre
The Pryor Center Presents lecture series opens this fall with "A Symposium on the Elaine Massacre" from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19. The center is on the east side of the Fayetteville Square.
Law Professor to Lecture on Contentious Church and State Question
Law professor Mark R. Killenbeck will discuss a fundamental freedom challenged by the diversity of religions and a fractured Supreme Court.
The Arkansas Poll: Call for Questions, 2019
Each year, the Arkansas Poll allocates space for one or more collaborative partners to add items — free of charge — to the poll's survey protocol. Submit proposals by Aug. 23.
Study Shows Visual Framing by Media in Debates Affects Public Perception
New research shows the way presidential candidates in a crowded field are treated visually by the media affects how viewers perceive them.
Journalism Students Investigate Child Abuse Reporting Practices
U of A students take part in research that shows half of U.S. abuse deaths are not being reported.
Companies Benefit From Giving Congressional Testimony, Study Finds
Researchers studied aspects of testimony, including witness status, length of testimony and regulatory jurisdiction of the committee.
Music Education Student to Lobby Congress About the Importance of Music in Schools
Alexis Newman, a student in the music education program, will represent the state of Arkansas at the National Association for Music Education's Collegiate Advocacy Summit in June.