Student Signup for Coffee with the Chancellor Now Open

"One of my favorite ways to connect with students is a casual conversation over a cup of coffee."
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"One of my favorite ways to connect with students is a casual conversation over a cup of coffee."

Several times a year, Chancellor Joe Steinmetz invites students for coffee, tea, cookies and casual conversation about student life, campus ideas or other topics of interest.

Keeping the group's size to around a dozen students helps make for a better discussion environment. Students who have not previously participated and who are interested in attending should submit your name, year and major to sally@uark.edu for the next gathering, scheduled for 9-9:45 a.m. Tuesday, July 16.

Names will be drawn, and students will be notified by 5 p.m. Friday, July 12.

Contacts

Sally Adams, associate for administration
Chancellor's Office
479-575-3836, sally@uark.edu

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