Four students from the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith were among a group of 90 from 14 higher education institutions across the state making presentations Feb. 6 at the STEM Posters at the Capitol event in Little Rock.
A survey of Northwest Arkansas’s homeless that began Thursday (Jan. 31) will take a few days to process, but the results can have far-reaching effects, from the amount of federal housing dollars available to the quality of local care offered by charities and non-profit organizations.
Students from Fort Smith's Southside High School will be representing the state of Arkansas in April when they compete in the National Science Bowl, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, in Washington, D.C.
The finality of the decision to replace the A-10 fighters of the Fort Smith-based 188th Fighter Wing with a vague remotely piloted aerial vehicle recon mission is best encapsulated from a statement within a memo from 188th commander Col. Mark Anderson.
U.S. News and World Report has listed the University of Arkansas College of Engineering’s Master of Science in Engineering program as 25th out of 66 online graduate engineering programs in its Best Online Programs rankings.
The major highway artery into Fort Smith that carries more than 50,000 cars a day will soon undergo a more than $78 million upgrade that will result in traffic congestion on the main Interstate corridor through the city.
Ambassador Daniel Liao, director general of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Houston, Texas, will be the featured speaker at the Jan. 22 Distinguished Global Speaker Series at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.
Fort Smith Fire Department Chief Mike Richards said Fort Smith firefighters have given more than $394,000 back to the community since 2007, with that total not including the value of volunteer hours contributed by firefighters.