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Jazz Groups Push Music75 Over Half-Way Mark
The Department of Music continues to build new relationships and present great performances and workshops throughout the state, with musical groups visiting 38 counties so far.
U of A Professor to Serve as Art Critic at Art Exhibition in Rome
Consuelo Lollobrigida, a faculty member at the University of Arkansas Rome Center, will serve as an art critic for the "Scultura OpeRosa Materia" art exhibition.
2018 Webfirst Conference Set for June 14 at University of Arkansas
Registration is now open to day-long conference for all things web-related, free to U of A faculty, staff and students.
Chancellor and New Faculty Hit the Road on Third Annual State Bus Tour
This year’s bus tour heads to southeast Arkansas to see historical sites and meet with education leaders, businesses and alumni.
Online B.A. Program in Communication Celebrates its First Graduates
Students overcome barriers of time, distance and family responsibilities to complete bachelor’s degrees in communication via online courses.
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.
McDonald County Students Visit for Campus Day
U of A University Access Talent Search will welcome about 100 6th, 7th and 8th graders to campus.
U of A Professor Takes Whirlwind Tour to Learn About Military
Paul Calleja recently visited the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier John C. Stennis 100 miles off the coast of San Diego to learn about military experience and the opportunities it affords to young people.
Fay Jones School's Design Camp Planned for Four Cities Across Arkansas this Summer
The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design will host four Design Camp sessions in June, one each in Hot Springs, Little Rock and Wilson. The Fayetteville camp has already filled.
Razorback Transit and NTI Partnership Gets Both Attention and Results
The program gives diesel mechanic students at Northwest Technical Institute the opportunity to get hands-on experience by working on buses at Razorback Transit.