What Next? Post-Graduation Options Seminars
The University of Arkansas' College of Engineering, International Students and Scholars, and Walton Career Services are hosting Art Serratelli, an immigration attorney, for a campus visit on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 17-18.
Serratelli will be giving two Lunch and Learn presentations for students, faculty and staff regarding the latest immigration updates for visas, working abroad, and more. There will also be free 20-minute consultations in Holcombe Hall and Willard J. Walker. These are scheduled on a first-come, first-basis which students should contact ISS or Xue Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org) in Walton Career Services to make an appointment.
Xue Lee, career coach
Walton College of Business
Six incoming students have been named Bodenhamer Fellows, earning $72,000 each in fellowships for education, research and study abroad.
Counseling & Psychological Services is available if you need support. Mental health services are available 24/7 by phone at 479-575-5276.
Biomedical engineering faculty, staff, students and families gathered virtually May 14 to celebrate the outstanding achievements of the department's graduating seniors.
Betsy Garrison is stepping down as director of the School of Human Environmental Sciences after six years. Donna Graham will serve as interim director of the program.
The Volunteer Action Center invite incoming freshman women to sign up for Lean In, a program designed to educate, encourage and empower freshman through community service Aug. 17-23.