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Interdisciplinary Team Awarded NSF Grant to Address Technology and Skills Gaps
An interdisciplinary team of researchers recently received an NSF grant to organize and host a workshop next fall about technology and skill gaps during adulthood transitions.
High Schoolers' Field Trip Provides Valuable Experience for Graduate Students
Tina Howlett, assistant professor of teaching English to speakers of other languages, arranged a visit to give her students practical experience.
University of Arkansas Student Chosen as James Madison Fellow
Fellowship for graduate study is awarded to current or future teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary level.
Doctoral Student Has Reading to Do Before Summer Institute
Graduate student Qian Zhang has an important homework assignment due before she goes to summer camp in New York.
Master of Arts in Teaching Program Invites Graduates to 20th Anniversary Celebration
The University of Arkansas launched the Master of Arts in Teaching degree in 1997. A celebration of the program's 20th anniversary is planned April 22 on campus.
U of A Students Receive Grant to Help Equip STEM Lab at Washington Elementary
Graduate students Danielle Phillips and Ryan Dillard received a grant from the Fayetteville Public School Foundation to fund a coding and computer science project.
Honors College Research Examines How Language Shapes Identity
Whlie an undergraduate in the Honors College, Sandra Kincaid began researching how best to learn a new language, finding ways to better engage students in literacy.
U of A Delegation to State Conference Includes Two Students Giving Presentations
Four students in the Master of Arts in Teaching program, two doctoral students in curriculum and instruction, and two visiting scholars accompanied professor Freddie Bowles to a conference in Hot Springs.
Chinese Student Wants to Use U of A Doctorate to Help 'Left-Behind Generation'
Jingshu Chen, a doctoral student in curriculum and instruction, wants her dissertation research to help some of the 61 million Chinese children left behind by parents working in cities.