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The College of Education and Health Professions has been using
interactive video systems to connect with other institutions for
research, presentations, conferences, meetings and guest
State legislators, education researchers and arts professionals will discuss expanding education beyond math and literacy at an annual conference May 15 in Little Rock sponsored by the Office for Education Policy.
Eight seniors in the Eleanor Mann School of
Nursing offered information to ensure a safe, healthy and fun summer for
students at the Donald W. Reynolds
Boys and Girls Club of Fayetteville.
Jessica Fay Sliger may not be in Freddie Bowles’ classes any more, but
their relationship has evolved to collaborate
on research and enrichment activities that benefit area students.
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 director of the Center for Business and Economic Research will discuss the region’s economic outlook at Quarterly Business Analysis Luncheon on June 5 in Bentonville. RSVP by June 3.
The University of Arkansas Museum will loan the "Resting Warrior" effigy
pipe to the Musée du quai Branly in Paris from April to July 2014.
The Community Design Center has received a $30,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to prepare an urban design plan for an arts district in downtown Fayetteville.
Instructional sessions for nonprofit managers and board members are held on the first Friday and Saturday of each month from March until August.
Forty-four teams from across the state entered the contest by submitting a paper explaining their approach to the virtual amusement park game, Roller Coaster Tycoon III.
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