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Effect of Walking Breaks on Low Back Pain Subject of Research Presentations Friday
Kaitlin Gallagher, Bryce Daniels and Marcus Payne will give a presentation on their research about low back pain from 3 to 4 p.m. Friday, April 21, in HPER Room 316.
New Program for Students With Intellectual Disabilities to Begin in Fall
The non-degree EMPOWER program will prepare students for the transition to independent living and employment.
U of A Nursing Student Wins National Essay Contest
Bethany Adams, a U of A nursing student, won the grand prize in the National Student Nurses Association/Nurse.com essay contest and her essay will be published in Imprint, the association's publication for student nurses.
SAA and ASG Honor Most Outstanding Faculty Members
Mechelle Bailey of Bumpers College, Michelle Kim of the College of Engineering and Ronna Turner of the College of Education and Health Professions were named outstanding faculty members.
Retirees Represent 137 Years of Experience in College of Education and Health Professions
Four faculty members of the College of Education and Health Professions will retire at the end of the spring semester, taking with them a combined 137 years of teaching at the University of Arkansas.
British Faculty Members to Give Lecture on School Choice in Africa
Pauline Dixon and Steve Humble of Newcastle University, will give a lecture titled "School Choice in Sub-Saharan Africa: Dispelling Myths" at noon Friday, April 21, in Room 343 of the Graduate Education Building.
Ethics is Topic of U of A Rehabilitation Research Symposium on May 6
The Rehabilitation Counseling Student Association is sponsoring a rehabilitation research symposium on Saturday, May 6, in the Graduate Education Building auditorium.
$200 Reward Offered to Volunteers for Nutrition Research Study
The University of Arkansas Hydration Science Lab is now enrolling for a new study with the goal of determining the effects of hydration on blood sugar regulation
Adults 65 Years or Older Needed for Nutrition and Exercise Study
Research study will examine the effects of protein supplementation and high-velocity resistance exercise (HVRT) on muscle mass.
Earn $20 Participating in Research if You Have an IUD
Women are needed to participate in a research study examining hormone levels and sexuality. Women must have had a hormonal IUD for at least one year, no children, and 18-35 years of age.