Honors College Pulse Discussion Around Israel-Hamas War to be Rescheduled
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.
Shelby Gill, director of communications
As the U of A prepares to enter the next phase of Workday post-implementation, User Solutions' goal is to optimize Workday processes and initiatives for all campus users.
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