Heidi Wells

Nursing Students to Take Advocacy, Empathy from Work With Homeless to Future Careers

One thing U of A nursing students have learned working with homeless people is to think beyond immediate treatment, an outlook that will help in their future careers.

U of A Team Co-Authors Paper Comparing Two Hydration Methods

The researchers studied how best to prevent dehydration that can adversely affect the body during cycling.

Apparel Merchandising Student Callahan Earns WIT Scholarship for My Life As Doll Project

India Callahan, a senior apparel merchandising and product development student, has earned a Women in Toys scholarship after creating and designing an outfit sold on My Life As dolls by Walmart.

Rosen Named Associate Editor of Journal of Management

Christopher C. Rosen, a professor in the management department of Walton College, has been named associate editor for the Journal of Management.

University Libraries Spotlight: Tony Stankus

Tony Stankus began working for University Libraries as a life sciences librarian, science coordinator and distinguished professor in 2007.

Egg Collective to Present 'On Beauty and Goodness' Lecture on March 6

Egg Collective will present a lecture at 1 p.m. Monday, March 6, in Ken and Linda Sue Shollmier Hall, Room 250 of Vol Walker Hall.

Russia-Eurasia Student Organization Hosts Marat Grinberg on March 2

Grinberg will lecture on "The Great Banned Soviet Film Commissar (1967): History, Contexts, Aesthetics" at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 2, in Science Engineering Room 403.

Health Center to Host Eating Disorder Awareness Walk on March 1

Join members from all across campus at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 1, for a few short laps around campus to raise awareness.

Advancement for Associate Professors Program

The program is designed for faculty members who have held the rank of associate professor for at least seven years and are interested in re-emphasizing their research agendas.

Registration Open for U of A Sports Medicine Symposium on March 4

The University of Arkansas 11th annual Razorback Sports Medicine Symposium will take place on campus from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, March 4.

Learn to Lead at This Week's SOOIE Leadership Development Lunch

SOOIE will host a Leadership Development Luncheon titled "Learn to Lead" for interested students at 11 a.m. today, Feb. 28, at Arkansas Union 308.

Fayetteville Policies and Procedures: Policy Update

The following Fayetteville Policy and Procedure on Fees for Credit Offerings with Off-campus Experiences has been revised.

$100 Compensation for Volunteers in Parent and Child Nutrition Study

The Hydration Science Lab is investigating the link between parent and child nutrition with parents ages 20-50 and children ages 3-13.

Stephanie Ricker Schulte

KUAF News Director Offers Communication Students Interviewing Advice

Kyle Kellams, news director at KUAF-FM, offered advice to a communication class planning to produce a project for StoryCorps, a public service organization that gathers the stories of people.

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Libraries to Host Ryan Mackey for Native American Speaker Series

Guest speaker Ryan Mackey will present ‘Cherokee Meaning’ March 2 in the Helen Robson Walton Reading Room in Mullins Library.  

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Amateur Radio Club Celebrates 100 Years

To cap a year of celebration, Arkansas state Sen. Uvalde Lindsey of Fayetteville recognized the U of A club with an Arkansas Senate Citation.

Garvan Woodland Gardens

Garvan Gardens Welcomes Spring With Daffodil Days, Tulip Extravaganza, Concerts, Workshops

As spring rapidly approaches, Garvan Woodland Gardens welcomes visitors with vibrant gardens and an action-packed schedule.

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