J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences

It takes a certain type of person to work with non-profit organizations. The individual should be dedicated, energized, creative and passionate about the cause.

Teresa Taylor-Williamson Finds Her Passion in Non-Profits

The Arkansas Alumni Association and the University of Arkansas are proud to recognize faculty who display achievements in teaching, research and service.

Arkansas Alumni Association Announces Faculty Achievement Awards

After attempts to begin his business, Schmuecker maintained his hopes of turning his hobby of home brewing into a business.

John Schmuecker Turns Hobby into Reality with West Mountain Brewing ...

Gerald Jordan, associate professor in the Walter J. Lemke department of journalism, spent the summer as a visiting professor coaching student journalists and editing stories for News21.

Jordan Spends Summer Teaching Investigative Journalism at the Walter Cronkite ...

Growing up in Russellville, Trey Srygley has always been a true Razorback fan.

Trey Srygley Connects Alumni Through Young Alumni Board

Stephanie Grise has been chosen by the Arkansas Alumni Association as a recipient of the 2011 Peggy Walker Scholarship. A resident of Hot Springs, Grise knew from a young age that the University of Arkansas would be her school of choice. Once accepted, she was eager to arrive on campus [...]

Stephanie Grise Receives 2011 Peggy Walker Scholarship

As the youngest of eight children, Jessica Gudino Willis, a Benton native, thought it would be impossible for her to afford the University of Arkansas. Luckily, a visit to the campus on Scholars Day changed her mind.

Jessica Gudino Willis Discovered Passion for Travel and Learning as ...

Springdale native Regina Hopper B.A.'81, J.D. '85 will return to the University of Arkansas campus on Feb. 28-March1 as the Arkansas Alumni Association's 2011 Johnson Fellow. Hopper, who resides in Alexandria, Va., is president and CEO of America's Natural Gas Alliance, which is dedicated to increasing appreciation of the environmental, economic and national security benefits of clean, abundant and affordable North American natural gas.

2011 Johnson Fellow Regina Hopper Returning to University of Arkansas ...

Dr. Paul Adams is an Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas. His love for science began when he was just a little boy playing with mason jars and bees. But it wasn't until Dr. Adams began working as a student researcher during his junior year in college when he realized he wanted to become an academic researcher.

Advice for Aspiring Scientists from Dr. Paul Adams

Dr. Michelle R. Smith has assumed the role of director of the Arkansas Department of Health's (ADH) Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities. Dr. Paul Halverson, director and state health officer, said, "We are extremely pleased to welcome Dr. Smith to the ADH family. She brings a great deal of expertise to public health in Arkansas. Since 1999, she was the program coordinator for the HIV/AIDS program with Jefferson Comprehensive Care Systems in Pine Bluff and provided support services to women, youth, adolescents, infants and families infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. She has also worked with the Arkansas Minority Health Commission, the Arkansas Minority HIV/AIDS Task Force and the National Minority AIDS Council. She has extensive training and understanding of day-to-day program activities and grant reporting and coordination. Addressing health disparities in our state is one of our strategic priorities, and Dr. Smith will be vital to these initiatives."

Dr. Michelle R. Smith Assumes Role of Director of Office ...