By Taylor Klusman The Razorback Reporter The civilian disconnect that veterans face after they are hired raises challenges in the workplace, according to a study commissioned by Blue Star Families (BSF), an organization that advocates for veterans. BSF conducts a...

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UA Bridges the Gap with Veterans

By Veronica Torres The Razorback Reporter The more than 1,300 students who have a military affiliation are working with UA officials to ease their college transition through outreach and assistance. Erika Gamboa, director of the Veterans Resource and Information...

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Hertz Fellowship Supports STEM Education

Students interested in obtaining doctoral degrees in STEM fields can apply for a Hertz Foundation Fellowship. The foundation encouraging research in applied physical and biological sciences mathematics and engineering. Applications are due by Oct. 24. Executive...

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Researchers Tracking Fungus

Nearly one-third of the global rice production is lost each year to a disease known as blast. That much rice could feed 60 million people, a UA researcher said. Martin Egan, assistant professor of plant pathology in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and...

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UA Recruiting Efforts Yield Record Enrollments

By Megan Wilson: The University of Arkansas broke multiple enrollment records during the 2018-2019 school year, according to enrollment data. Preliminary enrollment shows 27,778 UA students, an increase of 220 from fall 2017, according to the UA website. The freshman...

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Chancellor plans to cut costs

Cutting administrative costs will allow UA administrators to give back to students, faculty and staff support programs, the UA chancellor said in his annual State of the University address.   Reducing the amount spent on supplies for the more than 4,000 printers on...

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