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The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith has announced a slate of events January 17-24 sponsored by the UAFS American Democracy Project and the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Association celebrating the legendary civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
For many university professors, the idea of receiving one Fulbright award would be a dream come true. For Dr. Ragupathy Kannan, professor of biology at UAFS, that dream has now come true three times.
As a high school sophomore weighing his options, Michael Lay had no intention of graduating college, a feat neither of his parents had yet completed. But thanks to a campus tour through the Upward Bound program, Lay fell in love with UAFS and began charting a course toward his future. 
The UAFS School of Education has earned a $1.8 million grant from the Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education that will allow the university’s early childhood education (ECE) program to increase its free professional development offerings to Arkansas early childhood educators.
Two undergraduate students from the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith were honored with presenting their research at the 2019 conference of the Arkansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Oct. 26-27 at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Harmeet Kaur Chohan and Jeremiah Smith presented their findings to more than 400 students and faculty assembled at the conference.
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UAFS Dining would like to wish all students the best of luck as they begin their finals! Reading Day, Friday, Dec. 6, the Lions Den Dining Hall will be open for brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m....

Payment plans for the spring 2020 term will be available beginning Dec. 2, 2019, through the Online Business Center. In order to stay enrolled in the spring term, students must have their balance...

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