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World Trade Center Arkansas Receives $150,000 STEP Grant
The $150,000 grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration will be used to help eligible small businesses succeed in international markets.
Arkansas Trade Data Summary Highlights Key Economic Trends for Western Hemisphere
The summary focuses on the Western Hemisphere, Arkansas' region of growth for the report and uses data from sources including the International Trade Administration and the U.S. Census Bureau.
One-Fourth of Forest Loss Permanent; Global Deforestation Not Slowing Down
Researchers found permanent forest loss has shifted geographically but not slowed down, despite global efforts.
Faculty Seminar Focuses on Helping Graduate Students Find Commercial Success
Faculty can learn during today's seminar about how to set their graduate students on a parth to commercial success. It's at 11 a.m. in the Nanoscience and Engineering conference room. Register here.
World Trade Center Arkansas Receives $592,000 Grant to Expand State Exports
The Economic Development Administration grant is focused on job growth and export expansion in counties affected by natural disasters.
Brooks Named Director of Small Business and Tech Development Center
A former Bank of Fayetteville president takes the reins of an entrepreneurial support organization at the University of Arkansas.
Dozens Attend Asian Business Association Seminar at World Trade Center
Participants including students, university faculty and Arkansas businesses attended the association's seminar to become better equipped at doing international business with Asian partners.
Hinton Named Associate Director of Technology Ventures
The former Mayo Clinic researcher and intellectual property manager is joining the U of A team to provide support for researchers.
University of Arkansas Pens Agreement With Manufacturing Company
The University of Arkansas and the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation have established a formal agreement of cooperation that is intended to further the research objectives of each organization.
World Trade Center Facilitates New International Partnership to Improve Vitamin D Access in Africa
Bio-Tech Pharmacal of Fayetteville has launched a partnership with Princess Moradeun Ogunlana of Nigeria to begin distribution of vitamins and dietary supplements.