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Brain researchers awarded grant

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Brain researchers awarded $1M grant

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UA to give 300 students a leg up; mentoring, grants for Arkansans aim to raise graduation rate

A pilot program offering mentoring and need-based grants to 300 in-state students will be part of efforts to boost graduation rates at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, the school's top administrator, Chancellor Joe Steinmetz, said Thursday.

UA inches up in magazine's rankings

Clarksville’s University of the Ozarks at No. 3 in Southern region category

The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville rose one spot to 63rd among 132 public universities listed in the U.S. News & World Report rankings released Tuesday.

UA rolls out 54-task plan for academics

Priorities include attracting, retaining in-state students

Stepped-up recruitment and retention of Arkansas students and an increase in transfers are among the goals of a new academic plan for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

Work-help office moves to campus

UA trustee board OKs $825,000 loan

FAYETTEVILLE -- A state office to help Arkansans find work is moving onto the campus of the University of Arkansas Community College at Rich Mountain, the top leader for the two-year school said.

In new high, University of Arkansas welcomes freshman class of 5,065

Chancellor says growth rate on pace; some peers see dips

Preliminary enrollment data showed growth for some of the state's largest universities but also declines in a few key areas.

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Bookstore adviser sought after audit

UAMS audit finds school misused funds

$6,188 spent in unauthorized fuel card charges, report says

A member of the governing board for the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences described with alarm a lack of oversight for purchases made by the school's approximately 800 employees authorized to use fuel cards.

Work-help office moves to campus

UA trustee board OKs $825,000 loan

A state office to help Arkansans find work is moving onto the campus of the University of Arkansas Community College at Rich Mountain, the top leader for the two-year school said.

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