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University of Arkansas Honors College

  • Next spring Distinguised Professor of Art Lynn Jacobs will lead a University of Arkansas Honors College Signature Seminar about death and art. She'll also deliver a virtual preview lecture tomorrow evening at 5:15. We asked her about the course.
  • Next spring Celina Suarez, associate professor in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Arkansas, will lead a Honors College Signature Seminar titled "The Science, Politics and and Culture of Dinosaurs." We asked her about the class and about her Zoom preview lecture Tuesday evening at 5:15.
  • Friday afternoon a public discussion about the Buffalo River will include conversations about the past, present and future on the rive and the people who live by it. The session is Friday at 2:00 in the Honors College Lounge on the University of Arkansas campus and will also be live steamed.
  • Friday afternoon a public discussion about the Buffalo River will include conversations about the past, present and future on the rive and the people who live by it. The session is Friday at 2:00 in the Honors College Lounge on the University of Arkansas campus and will also be live steamed.
  • A University of Arkansas Honors College Signature Seminar, Extractions, will focus on demand for raw materials and the effects extracting them from the ground can have on people and communities. Toni Jensen will lead the seminar and will also deliver a free, public overview of the seminar Monday at 5:15pm.
  • A University of Arkansas Honors College Signature Seminar, Extractions, will focus on demand for raw materials and the effects extracting them from the ground can have on people and communities. Toni Jensen will lead the seminar and will also deliver a free, public overview of the seminar Monday at 5:15pm.
  • Next fall a University of Arkansas Honors College Signature Seminar Series will examine past interactions between societies and changing climate. Dr. Ben Vining, an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Arkansas, will lead the seminar “Climate Change: A Human History” and also deliver a public preview Monday at 5:15 pm.
  • Next fall a University of Arkansas Honors College Signature Seminar Series will examine past interactions between societies and changing climate. Dr. Ben Vining, an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Arkansas, will lead the seminar “Climate Change: A Human History” and also deliver a public preview Monday at 5:15 pm.
  • As vaccines became available, the University of Arkansas had to have a plan for getting shots to teenage students, faculty older than 70 and everybody in…
  • The Honors College at the University of Arkansas is hosting an upcoming series of sessions dedicated to the development and distribution of virus…