Eddie Jones, a professor of voice in the Department of Music, influenced countless lives as an educator, performer and conductor. He joined the University of Arkansas faculty in 1990, and the community suffered a great loss after his passing on Oct. 16, 2014.
On a rainy Friday in October, five thankful students had lunch with a donor whose gift to the Walter J. Lemke Department of Journalism changed their lives.
When Jak Chakhalian was just a teenager, his aunt presented him with the first volume of published lectures by Richard Feynman, the Nobel Prize-winning American theoretical physicist.
Sunday, March 8, the University of Arkansas Wind Ensemble will begin a three-day performance and recruitment tour with venues in Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
Walking into Thomas Paradise’s office in Ozark Hall, the first thing someone could notice is his extensive rock collection. The rocks are neatly scattered around his desk, along with his pictures and books of the ancient city of Petra near Wadi Musa, Jordan. Paradise, a professor of geosciences and an expert on Petra, has published more than 40 articles, maps and chapters on the subject and visited the site. He also taught at the University of Jordan while on a Fulbright Senior Scholar award.
Fulbright College is comprised of four distinct areas, the fine arts, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. Each issue of the Fulbright Review dedicates a story to some of the year's highlights within a particular area. The Winter issue features successes in the humanities.
The American Dream Initiative, a program designed to help integrate immigrants into the community, is getting its start in Northwest Arkansas. The University of Arkansas, Walmart and other organizations have become partners in this effort to help immigrants connect with resources enabling them to integrate into society.
Nearly 46 years ago, Henry Woods left his hometown of Hot Springs and began what would become his legacy of outstanding leadership at the University of Arkansas. He chose to major in journalism, and as editor of the centennial edition of the Razorback yearbook in 1972, Woods left his mark on campus. Many of his friends described the publication as "the best yet," "unlike any other” and "so 'Henry.'"