Impacts of Giving
Graduate students at the University of Arkansas ask tough questions, drive innovation,
break barriers, explore every angle and solve complex problems. They work with experts
in their fields who are striving to answer today’s most challenging questions. Our
graduate students are at the forefront of discovery and are committed to enriching
the global community.
The research our students conduct is largely made possible through the support our students receive from graduate assistantships, fellowships and scholarships. Contact our development staff to learn how you can help support graduate students and their research.
Students from Australia to Vietnam, Bolivia to Yemen, Croatia to Zambia and everywhere
in between call the University of Arkansas home. Our international students have diverse
backgrounds, but they share the common goal of wanting to receive a quality education
from a university known for its academic and research excellence.
We encourage our students to look beyond the horizon and seek study abroad opportunities. We believe practical experiences outside of the United States will better prepare our students to live and succeed in a global society.
By supporting international education, you can help our international students with financial need or provide travel support for students who wish to study abroad but lack the resources to take part in a life-changing, international experience. Contact our development staff to learn more about how you can help.
We are strong believers that complex problems must often be approached from multiple
angles. This mindset has led to the development of six interdisciplinary graduate
degree programs that, together with the appropriate research centers, require collaboration
among all the university’s colleges.
Our programs bring a holistic perspective to both old and new challenges in a variety of research areas.
- Cell and Molecular Biology
- Environmental Dynamics
- Public Policy
- Space and Planetary Sciences
- Statistics and Analytics
By supporting students and faculty in our interdisciplinary programs, you can help grow research facilities, develop new areas of research and increase cross-campus collaboration. Contact our development staff to learn more about how you can help support our interdisciplinary programs.