UAFS Chancellor Paul B. Beran spent his Monday afternoon reading to students at Sutton Elementary School for Constitution Week, one of many volunteers from UAFS and the Fort Smith community who devoted their time to read to elementary schools across Fort Smith this week.
The group of bird watchers searched fruitlessly for the endangered golden-cheeked warbler among the junipers on the Edwards Plateau in Central Texas. Then they heard the call, the clear buzzy zee, zoo, zeedee, zeep.
An event recognizing Peace One Day, a global cease-fire day established by the U.N., will be hosted by the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith’s Cultural Network from noon-3 p.m. Sept. 21 at the fireplace in the Smith-Pendergraft Campus Center.
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith’s Kappa Delta Pi Chapter is sponsoring a 5K fun run and walk at 8 a.m. Sept. 19 at the UAFS Bell Tower. All proceeds will assist KDP in planning and implementing a series of literacy-based events at K-12 schools in the River Valley region.
Local business leaders visited classes at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith Sept. 10 to give students advice about an array of topics as part of the Back to Business Day hosted by the College of Business.
The University Staff Council at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith presented Lucille Speakman Excellence Awards to Melanie Racy and Carolyn Hankins, both of Fort Smith, during its annual staff meeting.
Oklahoma Gas & Electric presented a $1,500 check to the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith Sept. 8 in recognition of the university’s energy- and water-conservation upgrades to the Sebastian Commons residence halls.