UAFS and PRADCO to Partner on Fishing Workshop
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith Center for Business and Professional Development (CBPD) and PRADCO Outdoor Brands will host an eight-hour fishing course on how to catch America’s favorite pan fish Saturday, Feb. 22, at the Windgate Theater, located at 5210 Kinkead Ave.
MLK Panel Empowers Community Toward Courage, Purpose
Leaders in the Fort Smith community gathered together Monday, Jan. 20, to honor the legacy and mission of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith and Martin Luther King Jr., Community Association’s annual breakfast and panel discussion
Fall 2019 Dean's List Announced
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith has released the Dean's List for the fall 2019 semester, according to Dr. Georgia Hale, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs.
UAFS and Food Bank to Collect Peanut Butter during MLK Week.
In partnership with the River Valley Regional Food Bank, the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith will host its second annual peanut butter donation drive in conjunction with the Martin Luther King Junior Week celebrations. 
Darbeau Appointed Lock Haven University Provost
Dr. Ron Darbeau, dean of the University of Arkansas Fort Smith College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, and interim dean of the College of Health Sciences will step down at the end of the 2020 academic year to serve as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Lock Haven University in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. 
UAFS to Host National Science Foundation Grant Workshop
The University of Arkansas - Fort Smith will partner with the Arkansas INBRE Program to bring the National Science Foundation Grant-Writing Workshop to Fort Smith Tuesday, Jan. 14,  welcoming researchers from across the state to learn from some of the NSF’s leading experts.
Dooly graduates with career, Arkansas teachers Corps fellowship in place
UAFS student Meagan Dooly, walked across the commencement stage this December, a full semester early, with a bachelor’s degree, a career plan, and a fellowship awaiting her in the new year. Caring faculty who both supported Dooly, and empowered her to seek her true calling, helped her find her place as an educator herself.
Pate Carves Own Path
The career path of Remington Pate suggests two truths for job hunting in the 21st century: 1. Be willing to switch positions if the offer is right; and 2. Keep your LinkedIn profile current. Pate, a December 2016 graduate, has some solid experience changing jobs in the last three years.
UAFS Pioneers Jumpstart Program Offering Volunteer Opportunities, Scholarships
The University of Arkansas - Fort Smith School of Education is pioneering a state-wide program that will expand student opportunities for community service, scholarship, and hands-on learning and impact the state’s youngest learners. Thanks in part to a $103,414 grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service, UAFS will be able to support nearly 40 students of any major as they volunteer with the AmeriCorps Jumpstart program, delivering innovative early learning instruction to local preschoolers with a focus on language, literacy, and social-emotional skills. In return, the program offers professional development, monetary incentives, and scholarships for those who volunteer.
Nursing Education Opens Doors to Travel for Alumnus Newton
Cody Newton, a 2016 graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at UAFS, has experienced a phenomenal rise as a Registered Nurse, traveling the world and earning the title of Charge Nurse in the Emergency Department at Baptist-Fort Smith, just two years after his graduation.