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Local Events Scheduled for Arkansas Archeology Month
The three events are among dozens around the state this March co-sponsored by the UA System’s Arkansas Archeological Survey.
Adams Selected to Attend '9-1-1 Goes to Washington'
Stephanie Adams, an emergency telecommunications specialist for UAPD, is one of six dispatchers nationwide selected for the program.
Physics Colloquium Topic: Planet X and Periodic Mass Extinctions
Daniel Whitmire will discuss his research on the relationship between the "Planet X" and periodic mass extinctions on Earth in a colloquium scheduled for 4 p.m. today in PHYS 133.
Electrical Engineering Students Learn Practical Applications of Design Through Autonomous Car Competition
Fayetteville and Fort-Smith electrical engineering students came together last month to compete in the annual Autonomous Car Competition.
Slam Poetry with 2Deep the Poetess
University Programs hosts Slam Poet 2Deep the Poetess at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the Anne Kittrell Art Gallery on the fourth floor of the Arkansas Union.
Get Creative With Lynda.com
From Photoshop to social media marketing, developing your creative side is just a click away. Go to lynda.uark.edu, click the icon to "Log into lynda.com" and you will be redirected to the sign-up page.
Camp War Eagle on Campus
Camp War Eagle will be on the University of Arkansas campus Feb. 27 to March 1 to recruit counselors.
Applicants Sought for Orientation Assistants in the College of Education and Health Professions
The College of Education and Health Professions is seeking applicants for orientation assistants during the 2017 summer orientation cycle. Apply by March 2.
Researchers: Method Using Tarp to Cool Person With Heat Stroke Is Effective
Exercise science students and faculty used their lab’s environmental chamber to safely raise subjects’ body temperature before testing.
Libraries to Host Native American Art Reception March 10 in Mullins
The community is welcome to meet the artists behind the ‘Stories, Vision and Memory: Contemporary Southeastern Indian Art’ exhibit.