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Spring International Seeks Hospitality Families for Iraqi Students
Spring International Language Center will host 24 post-graduate students from Iraq and are looking for families to host students for a two-night stay.
International Class Will Be Studying Arkansas Food Industries and Cuisine
The interactive international summer food science short course features Arkansas and regional cuisine, and area food industries.
New Data Shows Importance of Western Hemisphere Countries to Arkansas Trade
Nearly half of all Arkansas exports go to Western Hemisphere countries, according to new state export data obtained this year from the International Trade Administration.
World Trade Center Arkansas Hosts UK Officials for Brexit Update
Officials of the United Kingdom, Arkansas' fifth largest trading partner, gave an informative discussion on Britain's exit from the European Union and the current status of U.S.-U.K. relations.
Research Professor Presents Seminars at University in China
Steve Stephenson, a research professor in biological sciences, recently presented two seminars in the Engineering Research Center of the Chinese Ministry of Education for Edible and Medicinal Fungi.
International Student Trains Panamanian Teachers in Robotics Through Summer Internship
Marissa Montes returned to her native Panama to offer training that will improve the technological future of children and adolescents in Panama.
Landscape Architecture Professor Phoebe Lickwar Collaborates on International Garden Festival Work
Lickwar collaborated on a garden design that was selected for the 2018 International Garden Festival at Chaumont-sur-Loire, a historic castle in France's Loire River Valley.
Teaching in Mexico Adds New Dimension to First-Year Teacher's Experience
Alumna Marisa Buller went to Mexico for her first job in teaching and she has signed a contract for a second year. She has found the experience fulfilling both professionally and personally.
Four U of A Students Earn Federal Scholarship to Study Language Abroad
The U.S. Department of State has awarded Critical Language Scholarships to Jessica Garross, Emily Matlock, Samuel Scurry and Zachary Smith to study critical languages abroad this summer.
Host an International Teacher or Scholar
The Spring International Language Center is looking for families and individuals who would like to host visiting scholars during one of several Hospitality Days this summer.