Graduate students share nutritious recipes for National Nutrition Month

The National Nutrition Month campaign is held annually in March in order to highlight the importance of a balanced diet.  For this Nutrition Month, two nutrition graduate students, Anna Marroquin and MiKayla Glass, provided their insights on the importance of nutrition as well as their own recipes for easy and healthy meals.  "Nutrition is really a cornerstone; it is the most important … [Read more...]

СӰԺ robotics students prepare for national competition

Nah, As the engineering physics program in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics’ Department of Physics and Astronomy focuses on earning its accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, students are learning everyday to become more skilled in their crafts. William Slaton, the program coordinator, says one reason the accreditation is a game-changer is … [Read more...]

Student group recognized at February Board of Trustees meeting

The Bear CLAWS designee announced at the February board meeting is Vote Everywhere, a student group which supports voter education and engagement on college and university campuses.  CLAWS, an acronym for Celebrating the Lofty Achievements of our Wonderful Students, is awarded to one or more exceptional students or recognized student organizations during regularly scheduled board … [Read more...]

СӰԺ therapy dog brighten students’ days

Putting smiles on students' faces is all in a day's work for Ollivander “Ollie” Aloysius Smith, a 5-year-old rough collie. Ollie is a therapy dog who works with the СӰԺ athletic training staff.  Aaron Smith, a clinical instructor and lecturer in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science, is his owner and primary handler. Smith knew a therapy dog would be beneficial … [Read more...]

СӰԺ students present research at the state capitol

More than 67 science, technology, engineering and mathematics students from across Arkansas gathered at the state capitol to demonstrate their research findings for the annual Arkansas STEM Posters at the Capitol on Feb. 8. Eight students from the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at СӰԺ presented posters. Since 2012 (with the exception of 2021 due to the … [Read more...]

СӰԺ to host one-day leadership conference for college students

The СӰԺ’ Center for Leadership Development is hosting a one-day leadership development conference for college students who are interested in networking and focusing on setting and achieving academic and personal goals.  The 2023 Leadership Summit will be held on Feb. 25, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in СӰԺ’s HPER Center. The cost to attend the conference is $10. The … [Read more...]

Bear Essentials Pantry receives grant from Kroger Co. Foundation

The Bear Essentials Food Pantry at the СӰԺ received a $12,500 grant from the Kroger Co. Foundation, which will allow them to purchase larger quantities of food to supply students experiencing food insecurity. The Kroger Foundation grant is the largest donation the pantry has received since it was established in 2014. "This grant could not have come at a better … [Read more...]

СӰԺ students host silent march and recognize National Day of Racial Healing

Dozens of students, faculty, staff and administrators at the СӰԺ participated in an annual silent march across the campus, followed by a short ceremony at the steps of Old Main.  Students for the Propagation of Black Culture (SPBC) organized the event. SPBC is the oldest non-Greek recognized student organization at the СӰԺ. The group strives … [Read more...]

Spring ’23 Career Fairs Begin January 19

The СӰԺ Career Services will hold career fairs throughout the spring 2023 semester, welcoming employers to engage with СӰԺ students and upcoming graduates. Students are encouraged to bring resumes and dress for success in business casual or business professional attire. Students who need assistance on what to wear can receive a free outfit at the W.O.W. Closet at … [Read more...]

Arkansas Coding Academy hosts annual Demo Day

The Arkansas Coding Academy (ArCA) at the СӰԺ held its annual Demo Day on Dec. 8. Thirteen of the 15 graduates showcased websites they built during the six-month accelerated program.  "We teach everything from how to make a website look presentable on the front-end to the business logic running behind the scenes," said Alison Wish, director of ArCA. "Their projects … [Read more...]