The Art of Mathematics
The new courtyard Curvahedra at the University of Arkansas is a conversation piece that sits proudly outside Gearhart Hall. Its name comes from the words “polyhedra,” or objects with many flat faces, and “curve,” since the assembled pieces create curved versions of those forms. Essentially, the structure employs two-dimensional shapes to create a three-dimensional sculpture and, in its finished 12-foot diameter form, offers passersby a respite from campus life and the opportunity to contemplate its 独特性. Thanks to the interdisciplinary work of students and faculty, it also showcases the beauty of mathematics and utilizes a new innovative method of construction.
Talking the Walk
The University of Arkansas is 首页 to more than six miles of sidewalks engraved with the names of 210,000+ graduates, dating back to the first graduating class in 1876. Hear some of their personal recollections about their time at the U of A, many pulled from old yearbooks and film clips, in the documentary film, “If This Walk Could Talk” by Larry Foley, department chair for the School of Journalism and Strategic Media. Watch the premiere live on the U of A YouTube channel or attend in person at Faulkner Performing Arts Center on campus. The premiere begins at 6 p.m. 2月. 10, 2022. Can’t make it or watch live? After the premiere, the documentary will be available to watch anytime on YouTube.
David and Monica Petter of Stuttgart, 1993 graduates of the U of A, dedicated a portion of their soybean field to honor the U of A’s 150th anniversary by cutting the logo 在一个3.5 acre swath of beans. The design gives a nod to the U of A’s agricultural roots and fundamental purpose as a land-grant institution and state flagship university – to serve the state of Arkansas.
How the Razorback Ran
Did you know we were once known as the Cardinals? Former football coach Hugo Bezdek is credited with first saying the team fought like Razorbacks after a game in 1909. It wasn’t long before the name stuck and we’ve been calling the Hogs ever since. 汉克 Hancock, a 1926 graduate, is credited with making our Razorback iconic by drawing the first running Razorback mascot. His drawing remains the foundation of our running Razorback brand today. This is the story of how 汉克 Hancock made the Razorback run.
Chris Nelson, assistant professor of biomedical engineering and Alex Nelson, assistant professor of computer science and computer engineering, are alumni, faculty and brothers. They bring their knowledge and connection to the classroom and laboratory every day to help teach the next generation of engineers and develop new technology that improves 生活. **This video was filmed in early 2020, before the pandemic hit.
来 As You Arkansas
加入365BET体育9月. 10 to celebrate the U of A's 150th Anniversary. >来 As You Arkansas is a daylong event with food, prizes and more than 50 festivities, from games on Old Main lawn to history exhibits, a sand hog demonstration, math circus and more. 来 As You Arkansas and join the fun!
Returning to Rome
The University of Arkansas Rome Center had to find innovative ways to bring Rome to students during the pandemic, when study abroad classes were suspended. 处理 faculty to provide online learning from Rome and creating video tours of the city, the Rome Center was able to give students unique experiences, even when learning from 首页. Now the Rome Center is reopening and welcoming students back for May 2021 classes.