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Safety Tips for Viewing the Eclipse
The ASG will hold a free cookout from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday on the Union Mall, and the Pat Walker Health Center and Mertins Eye and Optical will have special glasses available for viewing the eclipse.
Research Team Explores Impact of Climate Change on Future of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
A variety of environmental problems threaten the world's supply of fresh fruits and vegetables. Marty Matlock and Greg Thoma are part of a team of researchers exploring this problem.
Doctoral Student Earns NSF Dissertation Research Grant
Jenny Burgman, an environmental dynamics doctoral student, has been awarded a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research grant. The award is valued at nearly $20,000.
"This Is Hunger" Interactive Exhibit to Visit Downtown Fayetteville in July
The visit is part of a collaboration between MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger and the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative.
Native Students to Meet at U of A for Food and Agriculture Youth Summit
The summit includes workshops, field activities and lectures for the next generation of food and agricultural leaders in Indian Country.
Searching for Slime Molds on Christmas Island
Steve Stephenson, a research professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, recently returned from a two-week biodiversity survey on Christmas Island.
U of A Plans Interdisciplinary Effort to Promote Resiliency and Sustainability
Proposal will re-align campuswide sustainability efforts under the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design.
BlueInGreen to Celebrate HyDOZ Installation at Fayetteville Facility
BlueInGreen, a water-quality management firm cofounded by U of A faculty, has completed the full installation of its ozone disinfection system at the Noland Wastewater Treatment Plant in Fayetteville.
Division of Agriculture Research Pursues Resistance to Rosette Virus in Roses
U of A System Division of Agriculture scientists have identified a rose genotype that resists infection by the rose rosette virus, a pathogen that disfigures and kills rose plants.
Report Details Attitudes About Arkansas Water Issues, Policies
U of A researchers have released a report examining agricultural professionals' perceptions of Arkansas' water issues and the state's accompanying water management policies and strategies.