Arts, Humanities, Natural Sciences & Social Sciences
The Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences enriches lives by promoting discovery, diversity, and inclusion, facilitating transformational experiences, and fostering peace through education.
- A Culture of Inclusion & Respect
- Academic Freedom
- All Individuals & Diverse Perspectives
- Discovery, Research, Creativity & Innovation
- Diversity, Civility & Cultural Competence
- Education, Access & Equity
- Educational & Lived Experiences
- International Collaboration
- Teaching & Service
The U of A is one of “America’s 100 Best College Buys,” according to U.S. News and World Report. Princeton Review describes the university as “among the most aﬀordable of major research universities” in the country.
Corporate leaders, broadcasters, scholars, psychologists, scientists and performing artists. Alumnus Robert Maurer is the co-inventor of ﬁber optic cable, and Edith Irby Jones became the ﬁrst black graduate from the University of Arkansas School for Medical Sciences. We strive to educate students not only for a career, but also for a lifetime.
Check out the Fulbright REVIEW, the official blog of the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences here at the University of Arkansas.
The blog is your one-stop spot to go behind the scenes and meet some of the students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends who make up our Fulbright Family – stay connected to the college and those who are its heart and soul.
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