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Smith Named Inaugural Distinguished Scholar by Division of American Society of Criminology
Brent Smith, distinguished professor, was named the recipient of the inaugural Distinguished Scholar Award from the American Society of Criminology's Division of Terrorism and Bias Crimes.
New Analysis Finds the Ancient World Populated by Diverse Hominin Species
Anthropologist Luke Delezene is part of a team that found Homo naledi to be different than anything known and more recent than expected.
Razorback Marching Band Announces 2017-2018 Drum Majors
Drum major candidates go through a rigorous audition adjudicated by faculty. Students are required to teach marching fundamentals, demonstrate the traditional strut, conduct a musical selection, and complete an interview with band faculty.
Political Science Professor Publishes in Special Issue of 'International Organization' Journal
A. Burcu Bayram, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science, recently contributed a peer-reviewed research article to The Behavioral Revolution and International Relations.
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.
Petra and Paradise: U of A Professor Leads Research for Smithsonian Channel
Thomas Paradise, a professor of geosciences whose research in Petra, Jordan, has spanned more than 25 years, will be the focus of a May 1 upcoming special on the Smithsonian Channel.
U of A Project BRAVE Seeks to Stop Alcohol-Related Sexual Assaults
Volunteers are visiting local nightspots to teach bystanders ways to recognize and intervene to prevent unwanted sexual aggression.
Criminology, Policing to Be Topics April 18 at Science Café
Panelists will discuss criminology and policing from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, at Powerhouse restaurant in Fayetteville.
Fulbright College Announces 2017 Connor Faculty Fellows
Fourteen outstanding, hard-working faculty members have been selected as the 2017 class of Connor Faculty Fellows at the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.
Stigler Lecture Features Whitney Battle-Baptiste on Black Feminist Archaeology April 11
Whitney Battle-Baptiste's lecture, "Moving Mountains and Liberating Dialogues: My Journey Toward Creating a Black Feminist Archaeology," will be at 6 tonight.