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University of Arkansas

  • Emeritus Rabbi Jacob Adler, an associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arkansas, is offering a course on Jewish languages this fall semester. He's a founding member of the Jewish Studies Program, the only program like it in Arkansas, taught by an interdisciplinary team of instructors to an array of students with various aims.
  • Emeritus Rabbi Jacob Adler, an associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arkansas, is offering a course on Jewish languages this fall semester. He's a founding member of the Jewish Studies Program, the only program like it in Arkansas, taught by an interdisciplinary team of instructors to an array of students with various aims.
  • A supply-chain shortage of tampons this summer is raising awareness about menstrual equity or equal access to menstrual products. University of Arkansas, which has lead the way in menstrual equity, among public institutions in the state, is responding. We also learn about sustainable alternatives to conventional period products.
  • A supply-chain shortage of tampons this summer is raising awareness about menstrual equity or equal access to menstrual products. University of Arkansas, which has lead the way in menstrual equity, among public institutions in the state, is responding. We also learn about sustainable alternatives to conventional period products.
  • Research at the University of Arkansas is helping us understand better how animals interpret the world around them. Biological Sciences Assistant Professor Erica Westerman explains.
  • Research at the University of Arkansas is helping us understand better how animals interpret the world around them. Biological Sciences Assistant Professor Erica Westerman explains.
  • The rise of digital music platforms means musicians and fans can connect all around the world. What this means for culture, the economy and representation will be examined in a class next fall at the University of Arkansas called Music and Globalization.
  • The rise of digital music platforms means musicians and fans can connect all around the world. What this means for culture, the economy and representation will be examined in a class next fall at the University of Arkansas called Music and Globalization.
  • University Relations director Charlie Alison brings us his final regularly scheduled installment of University of Arkansas history, which is a look at what could have maybe happened.
  • University Relations director Charlie Alison brings us his final regularly scheduled installment of University of Arkansas history, which is a look at what could have maybe happened.