The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith was notified this week that UAFS will receive $1.3 million over five years from the U.S. Department of Education to fund the University’s Upward Bound Math and Science program, according to a university statement.
BENTONVILLE—A fired NorthWest Arkansas Community College employee will not receive an appeal hearing before the Board of Trustees, the board members decided in a special meeting Friday morning (Aug. 31).
FAYETTEVILLE—The Washington County Quorum Court found itself between a rock quarry and a hard place Thursday night (Aug. 23) as the justices of the peace heard an appeal over a conditional-use permit for expanding a rock quarry.
A new virtual initiative at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville has the potential to change the way researchers at state public universities share research and to revolutionize the way professors teach and students learn, officials said.
Television anchor Daren Bobb pulled an old saying attributed to a college professor – “Look to your left. Look to your right, because one of you won’t be here next year” – and turned it a new direction when he spoke Aug. 19 to new students entering the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.
NorthWest Arkansas Community College was hoping to avoid more penalties for the late filing of quarterly tax payments but their recent appeal was denied by the Internal Revenue Service, according to school officials.
(UPDATE) Voters overwhelmingly approved all three bond proposals to raise $71 million for the City of Springdale to improve roads, build a new multi-use park and update fire services in a special election Tuesday (Aug.14).
The Board of Directors of the Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation presented a check to the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith to fund a free extraction day which is held through the University’s dental hygiene program.