‘From the Vault: 40 Years of Excellence at Emily Davis Gallery’
The exhibit that opens Dec. 4 will showcase many treasures in the collection, from old favorites to new acquisitions.
Internships helped UA grad define career goals
Meet Sarah Antonucci. Just two years into her law career, she’s realizing her goal to make a difference in the lives of others. And she's grateful for her Akron Experience.
Works by Bobby Wesner and retired Rockette on UA dance program Nov. 20-23
The Fall 2014 Dance Concert will feature an array of dance styles and intriguing images.
Researchers to present new findings on Chiari, a brain malformation, at Akron conference
On Nov. 7 and 8, the Conquer Chiari Research Conference, held every two years, is coming to Akron for the first time.
UA art twins named as finalists by Cleveland Museum of Art
Encouraged by Distinguished Professor Mark Soppeland, the sisters created competition projects in a class at UA's Myers School of Art.
What is Next for Graduates of the College of Arts & Sciences?
Research Spotlight: Philosophy
Philosophy Professor awarded prestigious Fulbright
John Huss was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship and is spending his 2013-2014 faculty improvement leave at Jagiellonian University's Institute of Philosophy in Krakow, Poland.
Sejla Karalic & Matt Zuzic
Two BCAS Students Awarded Student Fulbrights
Last year, Sejla Karalic was awarded a presitgious Student Fulbright Award to conduct a study of smoking habits in China. Sejla is currently living in Siquan Province completing that research project.
This year Matt Zuzic, also from the BCAS Department of Economics, was awarded a Student Fulbright. Matt will study currency substitution and the exchange rate in Croatia. Congratulations to Sejla and Matt and special thanks to Dr. Elizabeth Erikson and Dr. Karl Kaltenthaler for mentoring students through the Fulbright process.
To read more BCAS student success stories.
To learn more about the Student Fulbright Program.