Graduate School and
Graduate Students In Action
Tameka Bailey earned her Ph.D. in cell and molecular biology in 2010, studying with Dr. Ken Korth, professor of plant pathology. A native of Gould, Ark., Tameka researched how rice plants respond to stress and how researchers can develop stronger rice plants to withstand extreme conditions. See the full article on Dr. Korth's research in Research Frontiers magazine.
Graduate School and International Education (GSIE) consists of the offices of the Dean; Graduate Student Activities; Graduate Recruitment and Student Financial Support; International Recruitment & Graduate and International Admissions (including Special Programs); Study Abroad and International Exchange; International Students and Scholars; Sponsored Student Programs; and five cross-college interdisciplinary programs (Cell & Molecular Biology, Environmental Dynamics, Microelectronics-Photonics, Public Policy and Space & Planetary Sciences). We also have an affiliate relationship with Spring International Language Center. GSIE is the dean’s office for all graduate students except those in the Graduate School of Business (master’s programs in the Walton College of Business). We are also the home for all international students, both graduate and undergraduate. Our vision, mission and goals encompass our dedication to the recruitment, admission, retention and graduation of students from Arkansas and across the U.S. and the world, as well as our service to the University of Arkansas.
The Graduate School and International Education assists the University of Arkansas in excelling at research, teaching, training, and service while fostering student and scholar success and enhancing the overall student academic experience.
The Graduate School and International Education supports the strategic goals of the University of Arkansas to continue as a very high research university; recruits, retains and graduates high-caliber students; advocates for students and student success; facilitates intercultural and international experiences to increase global competencies; and assists in the development of international, interdisciplinary and graduate programs.
If you have questions or comments, please contact the Graduate School Staff.
For questions or comments, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-866-234-3957. In Arkansas, call 479-575-4401.
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The Graduate School
340 N. Campus Drive
G. David Gearhart Hall 213
1 University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Dean's Office: 1-479-575-7762