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U of A Professor to Help Determine Greenhouse Gas Guidelines
Geospatial science expert Jason Tullis is part of a U.S. delegation to set methodologies for nations to estimate future greenhouse gas levels.
U.S. News Ranks School of Law in Top 10 for Lowest Student Debt
The U of A is listed sixth among law schools whose students, borrowing money to attend, graduate with the least amount of law school debt.
Meet the Students: Volunteer to Help During Move-In 2016
Childhood Education Students Represent State at NASA Institute
The students attended the NASA Pre-service STEM Teacher Institute at the Marshall Flight Space Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Counseling Students Write Letters to Summer Campers with Incarcerated Parents
U of A members of Chi Sigma Iota, the international counseling academic and professional honor society,coordinated the letter writing event.
Psychological Clinic Offering Comprehensive Assessments
Assessments related to learning or developmental difficulties, symptoms of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and dementia are available for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults.
Data Center Maintenance Tuesday
IT Services will perform preventative maintenance in the Data Center from 5 p.m. to midnight Tuesday, July 26.
Male Cyclists Needed for Hydration Study - Three Cycling Visits for $150
The Human Performance Laboratory is studying the effects of different modes of hydration while cycling in the heat.
World Trade Center Arkansas Delegation Makes Second Cuba Visit
Trade mission continues exploring business and education opportunities between Arkansas and Cuba.
The Sound of Music: Four U of A Band Students Travel to Austria for Music Festival
The students were part of a week of intensive musical study in Schladming, Austria as part of the World Youth Wind Orchestra Project.