Kudos: UA Community Design Center Gets Accolades in Architecture

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Monday, Apr. 8, 2013 12:00 am  

  • The University of Arkansas Community Design Center has received national accolades from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture for projects focused on housing design education and outreach efforts in Rwanda. The center, a program of the Fay Jones School of Architecture, was also one of four recipients of the 2012-13 ACSA Collaborative Practice Award, which honors the best practices in school-based community outreach programs.
  • The Paul R. Carter College of Business Administration’s MBA program at Harding University has progressed to the final round of the 13th annual Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup, a statewide business plan competition for college students. The five-member team submitted their entry into a pool of nine submissions from five universities across the state. It is the first time a team from Harding University’s MBA program has placed in the competition.
  • Summit Medical Center has been named a 2013 Quality Respiratory Care Recognition hospital by the American Association for Respiratory Care. Hospitals earning this designation ensure patient safety by agreeing to adhere to criteria governing their respiratory care services. This is the third consecutive year for Summit to earn this honor.

 

 

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