Girls from Langston High School Participating in Parade; Hot Springs, Arkansas. From the Mary D. Hudgins Collection (MC 534).
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U of A, NSF and National Association of Black Geoscientists Collaboration a Win for All Attendees

The National Association for Black Geoscientists hosted its 36th annual conference in Atlanta, Georgia, Sept. 6-9. This event was attended by over 60 students from around the country, including four from U of A Geosciences and Environmental Dynamics More...

Welcoming Fayetteville Aims to Integrate New Citizens

Immigrants make up a sizable portion of the population in Northwest Arkansas. In fact, nearly half the area’s population increase stems from people migrating there. Fayetteville city officials are working to make sure these immigrants feel welcome. More...

Mentoring Program for LGBTQ Students Begins This Semester

In a first for the UofA, a mentoring program for queer students will begin this semester.The UA LGBTQ+ Mentoring program is presented by Pat Walker Health Center and the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education. In this program, queer students More...

Hispanic Heritage Month Film Festival

The University of Arkansas celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month 2017 with the third annual Spanish language film festival to be held on campus. University Programs in collaboration with Cine Club - the Department of World Languages, Literatures and Culture More...

Nobel Peace Prize winner to speak at UA Sept. 20

Iranian human rights advocate Shirin Ebadi, who won the prize in 2003 for her work for women’s and children’s rights, will speak at the Fayetteville Town Center at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 20.Ebadi’s talk is part of the University of Arkansas’ More...

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