Teacher Education Career Fair
On April 2, from 3:30-5:30 p.m., the University Career Development Center, in collaboration with the College of Education and Health Professions, will host the Teacher Education Career Fair in the Arkansas Union Ballroom. This fair is for all students seeking employment opportunities within the education industry.
Upcoming 2019 Graduates, if you are seeking a teaching position with a local, in-state, or out-of-state school, you will find great opportunities at this fair to connect with prospective employers seeking students with your majors. Some organizations will also be seeking recent graduates for non-traditional education positions. Also attend this fair to expand your network, polish your interview skills, learn industry information, and gather information about companies.
Business casual attire is required to attend.
Prepare for this fair and find a list of companies that have registered to attend by visiting https://goo.gl/Za17XY.
Imann Mosleh, doctoral student chemical engineering, helped develop a method to synthesize inorganic nanoparticles using inhomogenous, or impure, biomaterials.
Merlin Kamgue, a doctoral student in the Educational Statistics and Research Methods program, has been accepted into the Southern Regional Education Board-State Doctoral Scholars Program.
Grant Wilson, a graduate student in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, successfully defended his thesis.
Mark Knight wasn't even considering entering a white-fleshed peach in the Chilton County Peach Festival contest in Alabama this year. His daughters talked him into it. On the morning of the contest, Knight had harvested some White County peaches, a variety developed by professors in the University of Arkansas Bumpers College and researchers in the U of A System Division of Agriculture fruit-breeding program. They looked good, and they proved to be blue ribbon peaches.
Twenty-two Panamanian students will begin their academics at Spring International Language Center before starting work toward degrees at the University of Arkansas.