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New Exhibit in Mullins Library Showcases Study Abroad Photo Contest Winners
Nearly 1,100 University of Arkansas students studied abroad during the 2016-17 academic year, visiting 44 countries.
Winners of Hoyt H. Purvis Award for Service in International Education Announced
Bruce Ahrendsen, Fran Hagstrom and Cynthia Smith have been named winners of the 2017 Hoyt H. Purvis Award for Service in International Education.
Students Can Study Education, Health Systems Around the World
In 2007, 18 students in the College of Education and Health Professions participated in study abroad programs. That number was more than 100 students during the past year.
Electrical Engineering Students Dial-In from Denmark
Program at Aarhus University in Denmark allows U of A students who are studying electrical engineering to study abroad without pushing back their graduation date.
U of A Senior Studies Abroad in India with Department of State Scholarship
Jessica Garross spent the summer studying the Urdu language in Lucknow, India, as an awardee of the 2017 U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship.
Trip to Ireland Broadens Students' Education Knowledge, Comfort with Travel
U of A students studying in Ireland last summer learned about the education system there but also saw the country and its people from a different perspective than if they had been tourists.
International Programs Office Hosting Information Fair for Bumpers Students
Bumpers College's International Programs Office is hosting an International Information Fair from 3:30-5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, in the AFLS Building atrium.
AEAB Master's Student Matthew Coale Reflects on His Atlantis Program Experience
Matthew Coale, a graduate student in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, spent time in Slovakia and Italy while earning two degrees.
Study Abroad Experience Inspires Campaign Gift From Roberts Family
The family of John and Tamara Roberts has committed $50,000 to create a study abroad scholarship for students in the Walton College.
Office of Study Abroad Moves to New Location
The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange has moved to 520 Storer Ave., the previous home of the university's Home Management House.