Arkansas Short Takes
Welcome to the home of Arkansas Short Takes, where you will find a series of short videos featuring stories about outstanding students, faculty and special points of pride at the University of Arkansas.
The George Washington Carver Research Program at the U of A exposes undergraduates from historically black, tribal and Latino serving colleges to the graduate level experience, while increasing campus diversity. For nearly 20 years, the initiative has provided these students the opportunity to work with mentors to conduct their own research projects and helped them decide if graduate school is right for them.
Where Entrepreneurs Get Started
Many believe the University of Arkansas is home to the most successful entrepreneurship program in the world with a teacher known nationally as "The Coach" for her ability to help students and faculty turn scientific discovery, research and ideas into start-up companies. Find out what makes Carol Reeves and the U of A entrepreneurship program so strong in this short video.
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Building the Future
A major reinvestment in facilities creates new, expanded, and modernized buildings across campus. See what's changed and how students and faculty benefit from additions and renovations to Ozark Hall and Vol Walker Hall as well as the new student residence, Founders Hall.
Fight Song Celebrates A Century
The Arkansas Fight Song was created 100 years ago by a U of A student and his professor. The tune has helped connect generations of alumni and Razorback fans across the state and beyond. Singing along is encouraged: Hit that line! Hit that line! Keep on going…."
Supply Chain Solutions
Students at the Center for Retail Supply Chain Innovation are helping Fortune 500 companies solve supply chain issues while gaining invaluable business experience in the process.
Patience In Action
Razorback cheerleader Patience Beard is not only a recognizable name in Arkansas, she's become an inspiration far and wide, earning national accolades and attention from around the world. She hopes her story will inspire you.
Unique Access To Art
Art students at the University of Arkansas have direct access to some of the world's most renowned works of American art thanks to the close proximity of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Find out how the university's Art Department is taking full advantage of this one-of-a-kind learning resource in this Arkansas Short Takes video.
The Sam M. Walton College of Business leads the nation in the number of graduates who are employed at graduation. See what makes this program so successful in this Arkansas Short Takes video.
Find out how apparel studies students are influencing all aspects of the fashion industry thanks in part to a unique combination of art and business.
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Mind Over Matter
Driven 18-year old prepares for doctoral fellowship after finishing triple major in physics, math, and economics. See Raymond Walter's amazing story in this Arkansas Short Takes video.
The Bodenhamer Fellowship is one of the nation's most prestigious student awards. See why it's so special in this Arkansas Short Takes video.
See how Study Abroad opportunities help students gain an appreciation for different cultures, people and places around the world.
Engineering Better Healthcare
Students in the U of A's new biomedical engineering program have created a bicycle-powered testing device to help diagnose blood disorders. Watch the idea go from design to reality in this 90-second video.
Strawberry Fields Forever
Find out how U of A students and faculty are working with the UA System Division of Agriculture to help revitalize America's strawberry industry, ensuring fresher berries and helping farmers in Arkansas and beyond. The effort attracted attention from the Walmart Foundation which recently provided a $3 million gift to establish a national grants program to support additional research in this area.
Could Microbubbles Save Your Life?
Kristin Kovach's research might lead to a breakthrough in treating blood clots.
Kanesha's Passion: Part Art, Part Science
College is a time of exploring interests and discovering new passions. Honors College student Kanesha Day has found those in two very different areas.
Documentary Filmmaking's Dynamic Duo
Award-winning filmmakers Larry Foley and Dale Carpenter share expertise with U of A students, help mold future broadcast journalists.
Campus Transformation: $1.3 Billion In Improvements
See how students and faculty are benefiting from an unprecedented investment in new construction and facilities enhancements at the University of Arkansas.
Helping Entrepreneurs Find Investors
How do you transform a new startup company into a polished business? That's what the ARK Challenge is all about.
Mike Norton Has Big Aspirations, Bright Future
Mike Norton, an Honors College student majoring in agricultural economics and business in the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, has benefited from life-altering experiences as a part of his undergraduate experience at the University of Arkansas.