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The University of Arkansas Classical Guitar Ensemble will present a concert of solos, duos, and guitar quartets at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 9, in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall.
Hard work and dedication must run in the family because both Rosa
Ainley and her son, Robert Ainley, were both recently recognized by the
University of Arkansas as Employees of the Quarter.
R.J. Elbin, assistant professor of kinesiology, was selected as one of 50 alumni of the College of Education and Human Development during its 50th anniversary celebration.
The German Club was able to reschedule the screening of Im Juli (In July) at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 10, in Giffels Auditorium in Old Main.
A biomedical engineering researcher at the University of Arkansas has received a $416,897 grant from the National Cancer Institute to continue developing a novel immunotherapy for bladder cancer.
The Right Honorable Henry McLeish will speak March 11 in Fayetteville about the role of learning in modern society, making comparisons between the United States and countries in the European Union.
Erin Casey, clinical assistant professor of
childhood education, wrote a chapter for a new textbook describin her experiences teaching English as a second language in a
large, urban school district.
James Myers and Linda Myers received the “Notable Contribution to the Auditing Literature” award for their 2003 article published in The Accounting Review.
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