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Jaime Adame

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UA seeking to fund in-state scholarship

FAYETTEVILLE -- Donations are being sought to establish a new scholarship for University of Arkansas, Fayetteville in-state-students called Advance Arkansas.

UA testing heat of reactor's core

$16M more needed to finish cleanup of long-closed plant

STRICKLER -- Work began this month to assess the level of radioactivity remaining at the heart of a shuttered nuclear reactor test site in rural Washington County.

UA economic center's chief to exit

FAYETTEVILLE -- Kathy Deck, director of a University of Arkansas research center that frequently reports on economic conditions for the region and state, has accepted a job at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa.

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$100,000 gift aids UA entrepreneurs

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$100,000 gift aids UA entrepreneurs

Restore transgender-treatment coverage, committee urges UA

FAYETTEVILLE -- A benefits committee that advocates for faculty and staff members at the University of Arkansas has asked that gender-transition treatments be reinstated in the employee health care plan.

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UA's Deck going to new job in Alabama

FAYETTEVILLE -- Kathy Deck, director of a University of Arkansas research center that frequently reports on economic conditions for the region and state, has accepted a job at the University of Alabama.

UA: W-2 portal saw 'suspicious activity'

Web access promptly cut, school says

Employees at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville were notified last month of "suspicious activity" relating to an online portal for workers to access W-2 tax information.

14 groups file legal brief asking that Title IX suit against UA continue

Fourteen nonprofit and advocacy organizations, including the National Women's Law Center, in a legal brief filed Thursday asked that a Title IX lawsuit against the University of Arkansas be allowed to continue.

UA innovation grants to total as much as $1M

FAYETTEVILLE -- Faculty and students at the University of Arkansas will be able to apply for innovation grants totaling up to $1 million through a new university program funded mostly with television revenue related to the airing of UA sporting events.

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