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U of A Talks Race

During the 2015-16 school year, several groups will come together to discuss racial issues within the United States. The program “U of A Talks Race” will foster open conversation and education for students, faculty and staff about racial issues. U of A Talks Race centers on a communal hope for peace and acceptance. Racial tensions play a large role in students’ lives, and the program is designed to begin an ongoing discussion that many students and community members wish to have.

International Scholars Debate Provincialism, Cosmopolitanism in the Fulbright Legacy

In September, scholars from around the world will meet at the University of Arkansas to discuss Sen. J. William Fulbright’s foreign policy legacy. Scholars from Australia, Europe and the United States have been invited to present papers at a conference addressing “J. William Fulbright in International Perspective: Liberal Internationalism and U.S. Global Influence.” Fulbright was elected to the Senate in 1944 and served Arkansas for three decades. In 1959, he was named chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. As the longest-serving chairman, Fulbright left a lasting imprint on the nation’s foreign policy. He wrote several books on the subject, including The Arrogance of Power (1966), The Price of Empire (1967) and The Crippled Giant: American Foreign Policy and its Domestic Consequences (1972), which still resonate with today’s policy makers.

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Chamber Music

Summer Chamber Music Festival to Honor Professor's Career, Retirement

The seventh annual KUAF/Fulbright Summer Chamber Music Festival will close with a concert at 7 p.m. Friday, June 5, in the Great Hall at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville.

 America's Got Talent

U of A Student Makes National Television Debut as Part of Vocal Trio

Caleb Conrad is a political science major at the University of Arkansas, but that fact didn’t come up last Tuesday, when he appeared as a member of ‘Triple Treat’ on NBC’s popular reality show America’s Got Talent.

Padma Viswanathan

Padma Viswanathan to Launch Novel at Fayetteville Public Library

Assistant professor of creative writing Padma Viswanathan will present the U.S. launch of her critically acclaimed novel The Ever After of Ashwin Rao at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, at the Fayetteville Public Library. Originally published in Viswanathan's native Canada, the novel was a finalist for Canada's most prestigious literary award, the Scotiabank Giller Prize.

German Honors Society

Collegiate National German Honor Society Inducts New Members

Congratulations to 2015 induction class of the Collegiate National German Honor Society, Delta Phi Alpha, Iota Xi chapter! All inductees are of Eagle or Super-Eagle caliber!

Nick Shoulders

Nick Shoulders to Present Work in UA Student Gallery in June

The University of Arkansas Student Art Gallery, is pleased to present a solo exhibition by local Fayetteville artist Nick Shoulders. Shoulders uses an array of materials from found objects to warped modeling to create a second reality for the viewer's experience.

Chamber Music

Summer Chamber Music Festival to Feature Pianist Miroslava Panayotova

The seventh annual KUAF/Fulbright Summer Chamber Music Festival continues at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28, in the Fine Arts Center's Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall.

2015 Commencement

More Than 4,100 Students Expected to 'Walk' During U of A Commencement

The University of Arkansas is expected to set a new record for the number of students graduating during spring commencement ceremonies this year. So far 4,149 students have registered to attend one of the eight ceremonies: 898 graduate students, 3,126 undergraduates, and 125 law students.