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A course called Visual Merchandising and Promotion (HESC 2023-001) will be offered for the last time during summer session I and is open to all majors.
HESC 2023 Visual Merchandising and Promotion, which previously required prerequisites, will be taught for the last
time for the Summer I session, May 28 to June 28, and is open to all majors.
Ashley Marie Taylor, a senior from Prairie Grove, was awarded third place in the competition, and a design by Alisa May, a senior from Fayetteville, was featured on the runway.
An in-depth study found that the ability to set prices based on real-time knowledge of customer preferences and purchase intentions can increase profits in some specific circumstances.
The RFID Research Center and the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies have partnered to conduct research that will integrate visual identification technologies for retail applications.
A housing fair called the “On Your Own” Off-Campus Living Fair will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 13 in the International Connections Lounge of the Arkansas Union.
Kristen Gibson, an assistant professor in the Bumpers College food science department, answers common questions regarding the norovirus which has forced several area schools to temporarily close.
With the early arrival of flu season, the Pat Walker Health Center has recommendations for helping reduce the likelihood of catching the flu and practical advice for those who do.
university students and Walmart, the food pantry was able to provide the
ingredients for a Thanksgiving dinner to 80 families.
A new study by a marketing researcher at the University of Arkansas and her colleague in the United Kingdom suggests that consumers take an active role in using celebrities to construct identity and self-image.
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