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Author of 'White Rage' to Speak on Racial Divide One Year After Presidential Election
Carol Anderson, author of White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide, will present the lecture about the cultural context leading up to the 2016 presidential election.
American Culture One Year after the 2016 Presidential Election: African and African American Studies to Host Bestselling Author and Acclaimed Scholar Dr. Carol Anderson
'Champion a Violence-Free Society' With Dinner and Interactive Forum for Campus
TheatreSquared and the University of Arkansas are providing an interactive forum featuring live theatre, community dinner, reflection and dialogue, and community action.
School of Social Work Faculty Research Focuses on Truancy and Isolation from Institutions
Research by Johanna Thomas, assistant professor of social work, suggests that educators and social workers play a pertinent role in developing student bonds to education and other social institutions.
School of Social Work Collaborates on Child Savings Account Program to Benefit Marshallese Community
The University of Arkansas is working with the Economic Opportunity Agency and the Arkansas Treasurer's Office to create college investing plans for children in the Marshallese community.
Carly Franklin Receives Most Supportive Professor Award at Spark of Hope Event
Carly Franklin, retention and success undergraduate program director for the School of Social Work in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, received the Supportive Professor Award from the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Northwest Arkansas.
Social World of Insects Gives U of A Spring Graduate Madie Scott Unique Job Skills
U of A Students Hold Dance to Raise Money for Fayetteville Senior Center
Students in the School of Social Work have organized a "Spring in Your Step" dance on April 20 to raise money for the Fayetteville Senior Center. There will be dancing, music, games and raffles.