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Quantum Dots Enable Faster, Easier Photon Detection, More Secure Data

A research team including U of A faculty has developed a method of detecting single photons using tiny semiconductors called quantum dots.

University Libraries Digitize Selection of Florence Price Papers

The digital exhibit features photographs, correspondence, music programs and biographical documents from the Florence Price Papers, housed by the Special Collections department. 

U of A Chapter Takes a Third Place at AMA International Collegiate Conference

The American Marketing Association chapter at the University of Arkansas took third place for best educational value at the 40th annual AMA International Collegiate Conference.

Landscape Installation by Fay Jones School Faculty Chosen in Juried Statewide Competition

Phoebe Lickwar and Laura Terry, both professors in the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, collaborated as the lead designers on the project.

Art Exhibit Shows Clothing Isn't a Factor During Sexual Assault

Members from RESPECT will be handing out information and discussing the art exhibit from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m in the Arkansas Union.

U of A Expert Trains Public Safety Officials on Drone Technology

Richard Ham, an engineering professor, spoke to federal, state and local law enforcement officers about compliance, vulnerabilities and risk assessment related to use of drones.

Join UARK Gaming for Level Up 3

UARK Gaming will host Level Up 3 at the Student Technology Center, Arkansas Union 326, from noon to midnight Saturday, April 28.

Reflections and Forthcomings: A Salute to Journalism Student Media

Guest speaker Mojdeh Gharbi of Certain Affinity and student media leaders will speak Thursday about careers and how to get involved with student media on campus.

Information Meeting for UA Jazz, Improv, and Commercial Music Ensembles

The meeting will be held in the International Connections Lounge at the Arkansas Union building at 4 p.m.  Thursday, April 26. Free pizza will be provided by the Department of Music.

SharePoint 2010 Briefly Interrupted by Saturday Maintenance

Maintenance to SharePoint 2010 on Saturday morning will cause the service to be briefly interrupted for up to five minutes.

Nalley, Popp in Agribusiness Named Agricultural and Resource Economics Review Fellows

Lanier Nalley and Michael Popp in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, have been named Fellows by Agricultural and Resource Economics Review.

Join SPACE Hogs for Astronomy Movie Night at Arkansas Union Theater April 26

Contact, a film adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by celebrated astronomer and science communicator Carl Sagan, will be screened. Food and drinks will be provided prior to the screening.

First Annual Department of Communication Scholarship Reception

Eight graduating seniors were recognized with the designation of Athens Scholars, the department's highest academic award, and scholarships were announced.

Retailing Research Finds Consumers Have Distinct Perceptions of Walmart, Amazon, Target

The Retailing Research Initiative found that consumers perceived the three large retailers differently with prices, convenience, quality and choice of goods, data security and trustworthiness.

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School of Art Announces Selection of Architecture Teams

The architecture firms HGA and MAHG Architecture have been selected to develop the Windgate Art and Design District in Fayetteville.

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Twin Sisters are Champions on the Track Field and in the Classroom

Lexi Weeks Jacobus and Tori Weeks Hoggard are nationally ranked pole vaulters and Honors College students studying biochemistry.

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Fay Jones School Launches First Graduate Program in Design Studies, Creates Resiliency Center

The school’s first graduate program will offer concentrations in Resiliency Design and in Hospitality and Retail Design. The new Resiliency Center will develop sustainable strategies for communities.

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For Muldoon, Prestigious Grant Began With a Backyard Telescope

Muldoon was selected for the highly competitive National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Program, a prestigious $500,000 grant for faculty who show promise in teaching and research.

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