Visit With University Libraries and Pat Walker Health Center’s Medical Services at Carnival Today

The Division of Finance and Administration invites university employees to attend the Making Your Day Work Carnival. This unique event serves not only to showcase the various departments across campus who work to enhance the overall employee experience, but also to raise awareness among employees regarding the diverse and exceptional services offered by the university that may be overlooked in the hustle of daily routines. 

This event offers an opportunity for staff and faculty to connect face-to-face with units they may have previously interacted with only virtually or over the phone. It will feature a “Family Feud” style game show with Chancellor Robinson — winners will receive lunch for their department. Attendees can visit the registration table upon arriving to collect a wristband and tickets to receive items at each booth. Snacks and small bites will be provided.


  • Date:  Today

  • Time:  11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Location:  Arkansas Union Ballroom and Connections Lounge

  • Save the Date: Add to your calendar


The University Libraries support the research, teaching and learning needs of the campus community. They offer ebooks and physical books for studies or leisure reading, databases for research and streaming music and videos. The Office of Scholarly Communications offers free writing and publishing services, and the Special Collections Division provides access to rare and unique materials. Their Research and Instruction services include subject librarian consultations, librarian-authored research guides, free workshops, assistance with citations and more.

Group study rooms and flex-space rooms can be reserved online. There is a dedicated Faculty and Graduate Student Reading Room in MULN 333, as well as a Family Study Space in MULN 464 specifically for caregivers, where any member of the campus community can get work done while children play with provided toys and books. The Children’s Literature Collection in Mullins Library has books in English, Spanish and other languages, as well as Literacy and Learning Bags filled with books, toys and activities for a variety of subjects.

In addition to Mullins, visit the Chemistry & Biochemistry LibraryFine Arts Library (currently under construction), Law Library and Physics Library on campus. Instructors are invited to check out their Course Reserves service and Open Educational Resources Course Materials Conversion Program.

The libraries look forward to offering even more resources and services after the Mullins Library renovation wraps up during the fall 2024 semester. Above all, library staff are always happy to answer questions.


The Medical Services team at Pat Walker Health Center encompasses all medical clinics available on site. Staffed by board-certified and licensed physicians and nurse practitioners, services include both virtual and in-person visits. Their comprehensive offerings include a Primary Care Clinic; a GYN (Women’s) Clinic; a Allergy, Immunization and Travel Clinic; as well as Nutrition Services, Orthopedic Services and Integrated Behavioral Health and Psychiatry Services. They provide a wide range of services including allergy shots, diverse health programs, general medical care, gynecological health care, illness/injury treatment, immunizations, international travel consultations, laboratory and diagnostic services, minor surgeries, a nurse triage phone line, nutrition consultations, orthopedic services, psychiatry services, same-day appointments, treatment of chronic medical conditions, tuberculosis screenings and x-rays.

The Pat Walker Health Center, conveniently located on campus, offers the option to designate its medical providers as primary care providers for the campus community. Those enrolled in a university medical plan can save on health care costs through the SmartCare program by visiting a provider at the Pat Walker Health Center without signing up for SmartCare. Learn more about the SmartCare savings

During the carnival, the Pat Walker Health Center team will offer a “Make a Match” game — embark on a captivating matching game and pair common health problems with corresponding images. Uncover a variety of issues, all of which Pat Walker Health Center’s Medical Services team is ready to assist with.

Employees are invited to learn more about the services that the University Libraries and Pat Walker Health Center teams provide by visiting their booths. 

Collaborating Hosts

The Making Your Day Work Carnival is a collaborative effort led by several departments that comprise the VCFA (Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration) including User Solutions, University IT Services (UITS), Human Resources and Financial Affairs. For more information about the event, contact Jennika Smith at [email protected] or Jen Gilbert at [email protected]


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