Honors College Pulse Discussion Around Israel-Hamas War to be Rescheduled

Honors College Pulse Discussion Around Israel-Hamas War to be Rescheduled
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UPDATE: Due to increased interest in this Pulse discussion, the event is being rescheduled to accommodate a larger audience and panel early in the spring semester. We will provide additional information in the near future.

The event will include a discussion about the history of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, as well as the current war with Hamas, a U.S. State Department-designated terrorist organization since 1997.

About the Honors College: The University of Arkansas Honors College was established in 2002 and brings together high-achieving undergraduate students and the university's top professors to share transformative learning experiences. Each year the Honors College awards up to 90 freshman fellowships that provide $80,000 over four years, and more than $1 million in undergraduate research and study abroad grants. The Honors College is nationally recognized for the high caliber of students it admits and graduates. Honors students enjoy small, in-depth classes, and programs are offered in all disciplines, tailored to students' academic interests, with interdisciplinary collaborations encouraged. All Honors College graduates have engaged in mentored research.


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