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Walton College Partners With Thaden School on Executive Education
The program provides leadership, strategy and design-thinking knowledge to the Thaden leadership team as they prepare for a new academic year.
Walton College Executive Education Offers Summer Technology Series
From digital currency strategy to artificial program development, there are a variety of executive-education courses available to learn the latest business-related technological advancements.
Grow Your Exports Seminar to Teach Trade Fundamentals
The World Trade Center Arkansas and the Arkansas District Export Council will offer training on import and export issues to students, faculty and businesses professionals.
Seventh WebFirst Conference, Set for July 11, Emphasizes Productivity, Design, Collaboration
Registration is open for the seventh annual WebFirst Conference, set for Thursday, July 11, a day-long series of programs on digital communications. Register by July 5.
Free Google Training Offered to U of A Employees This Summer
The STEM Center for Mathematics and Science Education is offering free Google training this summer to UA employees, from basic navigation to use of Google applications.
Fay Jones School's Design Camp Expands to Six Cities Across Arkansas This Summer
These weeklong sessions will take place in six cities: Fayetteville, Hot Springs, Little Rock, El Dorado, Wilson and Bentonville in June, with another Fayetteville session in July.
Customized VoIP Training Available for Campus
With 50% of the campus community now using VoIP to make and receive phone calls, IT Services encourages staff and faculty to update their dialing habits and attend training.
Make your Summer Musical With CMS Summer Music Programs
Beginning in June, weeklong workshops, classes and performances are offered on the U of A campus for instrumentalists and vocalists in grades 7-12 and adults over 18.
Senegalese Sports Leaders Visit U of A to Learn About Teaching Youth Sports
The leaders will take a two week workshop prepared by U of A students, who will later visit Senagal to see the results.
Gift From Behavior University to Help Train Service Providers for Children With Autism
Training service paraprofessionals to work with children who have autism will get a boost from Behavior University, an organization dedicated to creating exceptional education experiences for students.