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Michael Peven, Former Art Chair and Photography Professor, Passes Away
Michael Peven, former chair and professor of photography in the Department of Art in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, passed away Friday, July 7, 2017.
Summer Stipends Pave Way for Humanities Research Around the World
Five humanities scholars in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences competed for and earned $5,000 summer stipends to engage in research abroad and/or writing respites.
Music Professor Selected to Participate Leadership Institute for Latino Arts and Culture
Lia Uribe, assistant professor of bassoon in the Department of Music, has been selected to participate in the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture Leadership Institute in San Antonio, Texas.
Designing for Drones: Class Project Helps Students Consider User Experience
Graphic design students in Tom Hapgood's user experience class teamed up to start conceptual companies, research potential customers and create visualization books to pitch their drone-based business ideas.
Margulis Receives NSF Grant to Study Role of Narrative in Music Perception
The three-year study will focus on the way people derive meaning from music without words.
Award-Winning Brass Quintet Anchors Two Weeks of Summer Music Camp Concerts
The 60th annual Summer Band Camp will feature a series of free performances, including two by the Axiom Brass Quintet.
Pryor Center Rejoins Fulbright College to Expand and Integrate Mission
The move will provide more student and faculty involvement while enabling the start of the Pryor Center Presents speaker series.
Ability to Perceive Perfect Pitch Is More Common Than Previously Thought
Research by U of A music professor Elizabeth Margulis and colleagues at Tel Aviv University builds on Margulis’ 2014 research findings.
B.F.A. Student Wows New Media World with Hybrid Art
Artist Wanbli Gamache is making a name for himself in the growing world of time-based art. He has showcased his work in new media art festivals in Athens to Ecuador, as well as in Miami, Chicago, South Carolina and Little Rock.
2017 Kernodle New Play Award Winner Announced
The winner of the Department of Theatre's 2017 Kernodle New Play Award is Barbara Hammond for her play Visible From Four States.