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A Solar Eclipse of the Heartland: Campus Celebration Planned for Today
A rare solar eclipse coincides with the first day of classes at the U of A; ASG cook-out, free glasses and Fay Jones events are on the schedule.
Curiosity Unbound: Samuel C. Dellinger, Champion of the University Museum
The exhibit features objects and ephemera of the late University of Arkansas professor, University Museum curator from 1925-1960, and conservationist Samuel C. Dellinger.
Learn More About the Upcoming Solar Eclipse
A presentation by astronomy faculty and students on Thursday, Aug. 17 is the first of many events related to the Aug. 21 eclipse.
Award Supports Novel Methods to Produce Ammonia and Hydrogen
The National Science Foundation has awarded $450,000 to Jingyi Chen and Lauren Greenlee to develop alternative processes for producing ammonia.
Astronomy Faculty to Lead Educational Celebration of Near-Total Solar Eclipse
Faculty and students to provide information, ASG to hold a cook-out, while Health Center and Mertins donate glasses to view the eclipse.
University of Arkansas Pens Agreement With Turkish University
The University of Arkansas and Erzurum Technical University in Erzurum, Turkey, have established a formal agreement of cooperation that is intended to further the academic objectives of each institution.
The Implications of Cosmic Silence
A University of Arkansas mathematician argues that species, such as ours, go extinct soon after attaining high levels of technology.
Everything You Need to Know About the Aug. 21 Solar Eclipse
An astronomer and students in the U of A physics department have created a one-stop information website about the upcoming event.
Researcher Spends the Summer Searching for Lizard Eggs in the Jungles of Costa Rica
Meredith Swartwout is a graduate student in the Department of Biological Sciences. Read about her research, and why lizard eggs are so hard to find, in Research Frontiers.
International Research Journal Publishes Special Edition Dedicated to Mathematics Professor
Professor John Ryan of the Department of Mathematical Sciences recently had a special volume of the international research journal, Complex Variables and Elliptic Equations, dedicated to him.