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Pryor Center Hosts 'Boy Erased' Author, Garrard Conley, Jan. 25
The Arkansas native wrote a memoir – soon to be a movie – about surviving conversion therapy and speaks at 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25.
Editor of Oral History of Little Rock School Desegregation to Discuss Book
Laverne Bell-Tolliver lived through the desegregation of Little Rock’s junior high schools, and compiled The First Twenty-Five to tell the story.
Communication Department Wins Distinguished National Award for M.A. Program of the Year
The Department of Communication in Fulbright College has received the National Communication Association's 2017-18 Outstanding Master's Degree Program Award.
Pryor Center to Host Evening With 'Boy Erased' Author, Garrard Conley
VAC Literacy Team Application
The Volunteer Action Center Literacy Team is seeking mentors for an after-school program in local elementary schools. Applications are due by Wednesday, Jan. 24.
2018 U of A Medieval England Study Abroad Program
University of Arkansas students can study all things medieval in England during the 2018 summer session 2, July 2 through Aug. 3. Learn more on Jan. 22. Application deadline is Feb. 1.
U of A Department of Music Announces Haxton Road Studios Recording Project
Bentonville-based Haxton Road Studios will record multiple U of A student and faculty ensembles throughout spring 2018.
Fulbright College Scholarship Application Process Begins for 2018-19 Year
The J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences is accepting scholarship applications for the 2018-19 academic year. Deadline for application is 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 1.
French Colonial Mississippi Course Offered this Spring
This spring, through the Department of World Languages and Global Campus, individuals can enroll in WLLC 4053 The Colonial French in the Mississippi Valley.
U of A's Mohja Kahf is University of Michigan-Flint's December Commencement Speaker
Mohja Kahf, professor of comparative literature in the Department of English, will be the keynote speaker at the Dec. 17 University of Michigan-Flint Commencement Ceremony.