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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.
Design Work by Three Landscape Architecture Students Receives Regional ASLA Awards
Design work created by students Hannah Moll, Erin Cox and Jordan Pitts in the Fay Jones School was recognized by the Central States Region of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
New Photography Exhibit at Mullins Library Focused on Conservation
‘Arkansas Heritage: The Buffalo National River Through the Lens of Ken Smith’ is on display in Mullins Library through July 28.
U of A Students Present Study Results to Beaver Water District Board
Year-long project studied ways to use dissolved air technology to improve efficiency at district’s water treatment plant.
Ungar's New Book, 'Evolution's Bite,' to Be Released in May by Princeton Press
Renowned anthropologist Peter Ungar’s latest book follows dietary clues from fossil teeth to trace the impact of diet on human evolution.
Watercolor and Cooking Classes, Gardening Workshops, Mother's Day Concert on Tap for May at Garvan Gardens
Mid-spring at Garvan Woodland Gardens brings workshops on gardening and tree planting, watercolor and cooking classes, and a Mother's Day concert of handbell music.
'Jens Jensen: The Living Green' Film Screening, Director Discussion April 21
A screening of the documentary film Jens Jensen: The Living Green, which explores the Prairie Style landscape architect and the Midwest's first great conservationist, will be shown at noon April 21.