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"Lights! Camera! Arkansas!" Comes to Crystal Bridges Summer Film Series
U of A faculty to present an in-depth look at movies with an Arkansas connection, from the artful to the awful.
Participants Needed for Paid Study Involving Exercise in the Heat
Participants will receive $40, a free bone density scan,eport of body composition via DEXA, and VO2max test results.
Peggy Parks, Alumna and Longtime U of A Supporter, Passes Away
The Parks family generously supported the College of Health Professions and the Epley Center for Health Professions.
$100 Reward for Parent and Child Nutrition Study
The Hydration Science lab at the U of A is seeking children ages 3-13 years and parents ages 20-50 years for a study on nutrition. Compensation is $100.00 per parent/child pair.
Summer Camp for PROMISE Teens Focuses on Career, College Readiness
Teens from 15 to 19, who have been diagnosed with intellectual or physical disabilities, took part in the weeklong Arkansas PROMISE camp.
Individuals Aged 18-59 Needed for Ageism Research Study
The Human Performance Lab is seeking adults aged 18-59 to participate in a research study examining perspectives on aging across decades.
Subjects Wanted for Research Study to Evaluate Personal Health
A study is seeking adults between 18-55 years old with no chronic illness or injury.
Counselor Education Students Learn About Diversity Through Privilege Walk
The privilege walk is an activity that highlights how people benefit or are marginalized by systems in society.
The Sexuality Education and Consent Studies Lab is looking for women who have a hormonal IUD to participate in a research study.
U of A Research Suggests Drinking Water Affects Glucose Regulation
Study suggests low water intake in people with Type 2 diabetes impairs blood glucose response.