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World Trade Center Intern Shares Experiences, Impact on Gateways Podcast
Jamie Allen, who just graduated, shared her experiences and the impact of her work as an intern for the World Trade Center Arkansas as part of the Gateways Podcast this week.
Industrial Engineering Students Present Projects at Second Annual Capstone Symposium
Industrial Engineering seniors showed off the culmination of their year's work May 2 at the second annual Industrial Engineering Capstone Symposium at the Fayetteville Town Center.
World Trade Center Arkansas Opens Work Space in Little Rock
Expanded partnership with the Arkansas Economic Development Commission will help Arkansas companies increase their imports and exports.
Sodero Article Featured as 'Research for the Real World'
Research led by Annibal Sodero, assistant professor of supply chain management, has been selected as part of the "Research for the Real World" series in a special issue of Supply Chain Quarterly.
Dean Waller Speaks at Governor's Transformation Town Hall
Matt Waller, dean of Walton College, participated in a panel discussion on Tuesday, May 8, at a Transformation Town Hall in Springdale conducted by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
Banner Year for U of A Start Up Teams in Regional, National Competitions
Medical device company Lapovations became the winningest student startup in University of Arkansas history.
World Trade Center, Walton College Invite Companies, Educators to Panama
The World Trade Center Arkansas and the Sam. M. Walton College of Business are leading a trade and educators mission to Panama.
U of A Retailing Research Initiative Measures Millennials' Retail Loyalty
Prices would have to be at least 10 percent lower to get millennials to switch from one major retailer such as Walmart, Amazon or Target to a competitor, a study by professor Dinesh Gauri indicates.
New Century Capital Management CEO Leads 'Trading University' at Walton College
Jim Porter, chief executive officer of New Century Capital Management in Chicago and a U of A alumnus, recently led the first "Trading University" at the Walton College of Business.
Frangu Successfully Defends Thesis Focusing on Input Efficiency in Kosovo
Blend Frangu, a graduate student in agricultural economics and agribusiness, successfully defended his thesis, an evaluation of grant programs and input efficiency for greenhouse tomatoes and peppers.