A Pulitzer Prize-winning novel that kick-started a Native American literary movement has been selected as the book for this year’s Read This! program, a community book read sponsored by the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith.
Tom Wing, assistant professor of history at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith, was recently nominated to serve as vice president for education for Preserve Arkansas.
The University of Arkansas - Fort Smith has released the Dean's List for the fall 2015 semester, according to Dr. Georgia Hale, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs.
University of Arkansas - Fort Smith student Zachary Vann has been selected to serve as the 2016 John Paul Hammerschmidt (JPH) Fellow for Congressman Steve Womack.
With the holidays over and the New Year beginning, the possibility for inclement weather exists. The university has procedures in place to let you know if it becomes necessary to cancel classes or close the campus.

 

Native Peoples Celebration Kicks off “Read This!” at UAFS
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith will kick off this year’s Read This! program with a Native Peoples Celebration from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Feb. 20 in the Old Gymnasium on UAFS campus.
Congressman Womack to Speak at UAFS for “Up to Us”
Congressman Steve Womack will be on the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith campus 11:45 a.m.–1 p.m. Feb. 18 for a discussion about a better fiscal future.
Battle of the Bands Set for March 3
The Campus Activities Board at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith will host the 12th annual Battle of the Bands at 7 p.m. March 3 in the Breedlove Auditorium, featuring local bands competing for cash prizes.
On Stage Series Presents Broadway Our Way
Faculty members and students of the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith’s Academy of the Arts will perform Broadway Our Way at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26 in Breedlove Auditorium as part of the Academy’s On Stage Series.
“Arkansas Women to Watch” Exhibit on Display at UAFS
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith is the first venue in the state to host “Arkansas Women to Watch 2016: Organic Matters,” an art exhibition featuring prominent female artists from across the state. The exhibit will run until Feb. 26.