EPSCoR funding will allow assistant professor Lauren Greenlee to work with scientists at UNLV on materials to improve fuel cells and batteries.
Daniel Feinberg is an assistant professor of design and sculpture at Berea College, will offer a lecture about his work at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, in the Hillside Auditorium.
U of A professor Carrie Beam will present a Lunch & Learn Webinar titled "Analytics: What is it?" at noon Thursday, Sept. 28.
Arkansas Union Day 2017, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 27, is a chance for students to meet the Arkansas Union staff and learn what services and resources they offer.
The conference welcomed 50 attendees, including professionals from across the state of Arkansas, as well as graduate and undergraduate students in communication disorders.
ForeverRed is a student-run business in the Walton College of Business. The student business will be offering a half-off price on its diploma frames from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1.
The U of A Speech and Hearing Clinic has formed the Fayetteville chapter of the National Stuttering Association, and its first meeting is set for noon Wednesday, Oct. 4, at the Epley Center for Health Professions.
Camp War Eagle, a Christian sports and adventure camp, will be at the University of Arkansas on Sept. 25-29 interviewing for summer camp jobs.
Although not an open forum, the Arkansas Newswire email provides campus organizations the chance to publicize their events and news.
The study is seeking 40 males who are smokers or non-smokers; 18-59 years old; no chronic illness or injury, not taking any medications altering fluid balance.
A health study is seeking women age 18-35 who have Mirena, Liletta or Kyleena. The study involves four visits to the campus research lab.
Healthy adults ages 21-45 are needed for a nutrition study examining the effects of sorghum muffins on blood glucose and insulin responses.
Katherine Bradford will present a lecture about her use of symbolic imagery at 5:30 p.m. today, Sept. 21, in Hillside Auditorium, room 206.
The 83rd U of A United Way fundraising campaign starts Oct. 2, but the campus community is invited to an early preview of the campaign.
In honor of the university's founding date of 1871, 71 outstanding graduating students will be selected. Nominations are currently being accepted from faculty, staff and students.
The new high-density storage facility, using cross-laminated timber for construction, will provide a climate-controlled environment for 1.8 million volumes when filled to capacity.