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Blair Center-Clinton School Poll releases the third report in its 2012 series.
Latinos express varied opinions on immigration reform.
Between 1988 and 1992, Totten served on a small, elite team of
educational consultants for the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, the
predecessor to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The University Libraries’ special collections department launched the digital exhibit, “40-50-100: Arkansas’s Natural Environment,” which commemorates environmentalism in the Natural State.
Raymond Walter, who
recently wrapped up a triple major in physics, math, and economics at
the age of 18, is headed for a U of A Distinguished Doctoral Fellowship
A University of Arkansas economist examined the relationship between corruption and regulatory compliance – on both a theoretical and empirical level – and found, surprisingly, that corruption in some circumstances actually fosters regulatory compliance.
The Internet has been understudied as a political and cultural formation, Stephanie Ricker Schulte argues in her new book, Cached: Decoding the Internet in Global Popular Culture.
The Phi Alpha, the national honor society for social work, hosted an
event at Fayetteville’s Asbell
Elementary School in conjunction with a food drive for the Full
Circle Food Pantry.
The findings indicate that while unemployment rates are substantial among African Americans and Latinos, these groups still have surprisingly optimistic views of their economic future.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack visited with students and many others while serving as the featured speaker for this year’s Dale and Betty Bumpers Distinguished Lecturer Series.
University of Arkansas researchers found that difficult public policy jobs, deemed “impossible jobs,” are possible to do successfully, but often come with a steep price.
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