The course Food Matters, offered by the University of Arkansas Honors College next spring, will explore many different ways food has an impact on our lives. A preview lecture will take place, via Zoom, Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 5:15 p.m.
As voters contemplate their ballots, Jay Greene, a distinguished professor and chair of the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas, is contemplating the evolution of conservatism. That's the focus of his Honors College symposium, which will be held next spring. Greene will host a preview lecture about the subject Tuesday, Sept. 15, via Zoom.
Just after he led a session of a University of Arkansas Honors College forum Friday morning, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson spoke with Ozarks at Large about that experience and about the past few months of governing during a world-altering pandemic.
We continue our series of conversations with instructors who will lead classes in this month's forum presented by the University of Arkansas Honors College about the pandemic. Today, we talk with Jennie Popp, the associate dean of the Honors College and professor of agricultural economics and business, about the immediate and long-term effects of the pandemic on agriculture. The Pandemic forum will take place May 11 through 22.
Much of the news connected to the pandemic involves math, so does the planning necessary to deal with an outbreak. Chaim Goodman-Strauss, a professor of mathematics at the University of Arkansas, will discuss those subjects during a session of the upcoming University of Arkansas Honors College forum called Pandemic, which will take place May 11 through 22. The Honors College will also provide a free public recording of each class online.
We continue our series of discussions with instructors for a University of Arkansas Honors forum taking place later this month called Pandemic. Today, we have a conversation with Dr. Mark Thomas, the vice president and medical director of Population Health at Washington Regional Medical Center. The Pandemic forum will take place May 11 to 22. The Honors College will provide free public access to the forum by posting a recording of each class online.