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U of A Honors Mentor Teachers for Vital Support of Interns
Two U of A teacher-education students visited their mentor teachers' classrooms recently — to hang banners announcing Mentor Teacher of the Year honors for Jana Emrich and Mike Gray.
Study Recruiting Teens for Research on Health and Learning: Up to $100 Compensation
The Exercise and Cognition in Teens (ExCITE) Pilot Study is recruiting teens of all sizes (ages 12-17). Teens will be compensated $100 for full participation.
Volunteers Needed for Parent and Child Nutrition Study: $100 Compensation
The Hydration Science Laboratory is conducting a parent and child nutrition study with parents ages 20-50 and children ages 3-13 with compensation of $100.
Spicher Joins U of A Development Team in Education, Health Professions
The University of Arkansas announces the appointment of Brandon F. Spicher as associate director of development in the College of Education and Health Professions.
Rural Arkansas Nurse Accomplishes Longtime Goal Through U of A Online Program
After a false start in the 1980s, Cheryl Clayborn of the Deer community returned to the university via an online program to earn her bachelor's degree in nursing this year.
Three University of Arkansas Seniors Named Fulbright Scholars
Honors students Katherine Branum, Stephanie Galen and Casey Gibson will teach English in Costa Rica, Bulgaria and Mexico next year.
National Athletic Trainers' Association Recognizes U of A Students With Scholarships
Two U of A athletic training students — Elli Dinkmeyer and Ikuo "Ike" Kato — have won scholarships from the National Athletic Trainers' Association.
Nursing Student Celebrated as Member of Razorback Classics Class
Grace Davis, who will graduate from the U of A tomorrow with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, was honored May 3 as one of 22 students in the Razorback Classics Class of 2018.
Families and Friends of Graduates Preparing for U of A Commencement
Detailed information is available about parking, security and all things commencement online and through a new mobile app.
Class Assignment About Lyme Disease Turns Into Publication in Top Nursing Journal
While a student at the U of A, Bailey Phillips researched an article to teach nurses how to diagnose and treat Lyme disease. It was published by the American Journal of Nursing.