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Bumpers College Students Dahlem, Grubbs Earn Miss Arkansas Scholarships
In addition to Darynne Dahlem and Reagan Grubbs, five more U of A students also won scholarships and awards at the 2018 Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant.
U of A Graduate Named to Arkansas Board of Education
Gov. Asa Hutchinson named Sarah Moore of Stuttgart to the Arkansas Board of Education, his office announced last week. She earned a doctorate in education policy in 2015.
Now Recruiting Participants for Sexual Health Study
Participants between the ages of 18-25 of all sexual orientations are encouraged to be a part of this project.
U of A Graduates Take Top Teaching Honors in Northwest Arkansas
Teachers Julie Griggs, Kara Holland, Laurie Jennings, Christhian Saavedra and Andrew Young were named teachers of the year in their respective school districts.
Murphy Recognized for Service to Higher Learning Commission
Cheryl Murphy has served for 10 years as a Peer Corps member helping with accreditation visits.
Research Points to Gaps in "Diversity Intelligence" Among Workplace Leaders
A survey of supervisors suggests some have an incomplete understanding of laws that protect workplace diversity.
Occupational Therapy Director to Attend National Leadership Institute
Sherry Muir, director of the occupational therapy doctoral program has been accepted to attend the 2018-19 American Occupational Therapy Institute Academic Leadership Institute.
First UAteach Computer Science Graduates to be Honored at Conference
Program aims to provide computer science teachers for Arkansas high schools to help support Gov. Hutchinson’s educational initiative.
Whitby Writes Instructional Guide to Teach Mathematical Word Problem Solving to Middle-Schoolers with Autism
Peggy Schaefer Whitby, associate professor of special education, has written a book to help teachers teach mathematical word problem solving to middle school students with autism spectrum disorder.
Funding Available for Graduate Education in Rehabilitation Counseling
The University of Arkansas offers traineeships to master's students who want to pursue a degree in rehabilitation counseling.