Project One Introduces Workday in New Video Series
The University of Arkansas System recently released the first video in a series to introduce the new ERP solution Workday, being implemented at 21 institutions systemwide in the summer of 2020. Workday is a cloud-based service that will replace core administrative systems for finance, human capital management (human resources) and payroll.
Workday features include enhanced security, single sign-on and easy access from any device. Employees will benefit from more insight into the progress of a business process, as well as the ability to get accurate, real-time information at the click of a button.
Reshma Saujani, founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, will speak as part of the U of A Distinguished Lecture Series on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at the Fayetteville Town Center.
Don Johnson, agricultural systems professor, said the robot will be used in existing classes, as well as an upcoming special topics class on agricultural industrial robotics.
Undergraduate theses by Sarah Beth DeLay, Mersady Redding and Kelsey Johnson were published by an international undergraduate journal.
Urbano Soto, Bryan Murren and James Hull were honored in the 12th annual HBG Design International Design Competition during an Oct. 30 awards ceremony in Vol Walker Hall.
SOOIE announced Megan Rodgers, Yassaman Mirdamadi and the Suture Clinic, hosted by Alpha Epsilon Delta as the recipients of the "Of the Month" awards.