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SurfTec Receives $1.2 Million Energy Award to Develop Novel Coating
The company’s initial technology, a nanoparticle-based coating that reduces friction on surfaces of moving parts, developed at the U of A.
Housing Teams Up With Habitat for Humanity for Leave Green Initiative
This year's nonprofit partner is Habitat for Humanity. More than 25 tons of materials were donated last year through University Housing's Leave Green Initiative.
Moving Out? Recycle Your E-Waste at the U of A Bookstore
Recycle your used and unwanted electronics and E-waste at the U of A Bookstore. Some of your old electronics may even be eligible for the U of A Computer store's Trade-In program.
State Rep. Warwick Sabin to Speak on Social Entrepreneurship in Arkansas
Sabin’s talk will kick off the Changemaker Forum hosted by the Social Innovation Hub and the Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
U of A Startup Teams Take Top Honors at Governor's Cup Competition
Four undergraduate and graduate student teams were awarded a total of $85,000 in prize money in the business plan competition.
Earth Week at the U of A Celebration Events Start Today, Run All Week
The Office for Sustainability, Associated Student Government, Net Impact RSO and University Programs are sponsoring the events.
Join UP for Earth Day on April 21
University Programs hosts Earth Day at 11 a.m. Friday, April 21, on the Union Mall.
The Wildlife Society Members Have Best Conclave Finish in Program History
Members of The Wildlife Society chapter at the University of Arkansas participated in the 2017 Southeastern Wildlife Conclave this month.
Marketing Department Seniors Bring Awareness to the Damage from Flushing Flushable Wipes
Non-biodegradable wipes are creating problems for Fayetteville's wastewater treatment plants and pump stations by clogging up and wearing down the equipment.
'City of 7 Billion' Exhibition on Display Through May 13 in Vol Walker Hall
The exhibition "City of 7 Billion" is on display through May 13 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall. An opening reception will be held at noon Friday, March 31.