I wouldn’t be chancellor of a major university if I didn’t believe in the power of education to solve problems, increase empathy, improve lives and bring people together in shared purpose and humanity.

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Do you have an idea about how to make an existing process more efficient? Or have a suggestion on how we might improve a university policy or procedure? If so, please take a moment to share.
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Guiding Priorities

A comprehensive public land-grant institution with a mission of teaching and learning, research and discovery, and outreach and engagement including a focus also rooted in the strengths of the institution and attuned to areas for continued growth and improvement.
View the Guiding Priorities

The university recently released Leading Change - a publication highlighting campus priorities and good news from across campus.

View from the Flagship

An Important Message

All University of Arkansas students should read this. Thanks to South Carolina’s President @HarrisPastides: #WhatsMyName.

Sexual Awareness Month

This month is an important part of the larger conversation we’re having as both a campus community and as a society about sexual assault, harassment, and misconduct and how we end it.

U of A Plays Vital Role in Economic Development of Arkansas

A recent report revealed the University of Arkansas had an economic impact in excess of $2.2 billion on the state of Arkansas.

What I'm Reading

Crossing the Finish Line: How to Retain and Graduate Your Students by Alan Seidman.

Retaining and graduating students is challenge for colleges and universities across the country, and the U of A is no different. Dr. Seidman makes the case that if you have accepted a student into your institution, you have an obligation to provide the programs and services needed to help that student persist to graduation. This book provides insight into what those programs and services look like, and why they matter.