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UA Projects, Fayetteville School Win American Architecture Awards
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UA Projects, Fayetteville School Win American Architecture Awards

Three projects with ties to the University of Arkansas' Fay Jones School of Architecture have received 2014 American Architecture Awards.
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UAMS Provides Telemedicine

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is providing telemedicine support for high-risk pregnant women at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences' Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
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Harding Board of Trustees Picks New Officers

Harding University has elected new officers for its board of trustees.
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Brad Phelps Named Associate General Counsel for Arkansas State University System (Movers & Shakers)

Brad Phelps, formerly chief deputy attorney general for the state of Arkansas, has been named associate general counsel of the Arkansas State University System.
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Arkansas State Professors Co-Author Winning Paper

Two professors in Arkansas State University's College of Business have won the 2013 Bernard J. LaLonde Best Paper Award. read more >

Arkansas Tech University Approves $4M for Residence Hall Upgrades

Arkansas Tech University's board of trustees approved Thursday to invest $4.67 million in upgrades to its 18 residence halls. read more >

Raczynski, Phillips Pledge $1M to UAMS

The dean of the Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health and his wife have pledged a planned estate gift of $1 million to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. read more >

A.L. Chilton Foundation to Support UA Faculty with $500k Gift

A new faculty fellowship is being created at the University of Arkansas' College of Education and Health Professions thanks to a $500,000 gift from the Dallas-based A.L. Chilton Foundation. read more >

Arkadelphia Public Schools Leader Going to White House Summit

Donnie Whitten, an Arkadelphia Public Schools leader, has been selected by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in a White House conference on digital learning. read more >

UAMS Northwest Opens Comprehensive Rehabilitation Clinic

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has opened a comprehensive rehabilitation clinic on its northwest Arkansas regional campus in Fayetteville, it announced Tuesday. read more >

Mid-South Community College Eyes Arkansas State University Merger

Mid-South Community College of West Memphis and the Arkansas State University System could be headed toward a merger. read more >

‘I've Got Suits Older Than You' (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

When I arrived at Arkansas Business in August 1999, I really didn't know any business leaders in Arkansas. I was born and raised in Arkansas, and I had been a local government reporter in Pine Bluff and an education reporter for the old Arkansas Gazette. But the only business reporting I had done was in Nashville, Tennessee, so even business legends like William H. Bowen were new to me. read more >

Pharmacy Firm RxResults Adding Jobs

RxResults, a pharmacy risk management company that is partly owned by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, said it plans to add between 20 and 30 jobs in the next 21 months, according to a UAMS news release. Founded in 2008, RxResults was created to help lower drug costs for employers and their workers while making sure they receive the best medicines available. read more >

KUAR Makes Morning Changes To Allow More Local News

KUAR-FM, 89.1 has announced some programming changes during its “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered” broadcasts to allow the station more flexibility in airing regional news. The station announced it will now air state news headlines in the morning at 20 and 43 minutes past the hour and in the afternoon at 4:34 p.m. and 5:34 p.m. read more >

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