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U of A Evolutionary Biologist Awarded $540,000 by Simons Foundation
Andrew Alverson has been selected as a 2016 Simons Early Career Investigator in Marine Microbial Ecology and Evolution.
Marlon Blackwell Architects Wins 2016 National Design Award
Blackwell’s firm was recognized by Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum “for exceptional and exemplary work.”
Construction Starts Monday on South Section of Stadium Drive
Through traffic on Virginia Avenue will be re-routed from Virginia Avenue between West Clinton Drive.
Two-Thirds of Young Swimmers Dehydrated, Study Shows
The study is part of a series looking at hydration in young athletes. Like many other athletes, many swimmers show up for practice sub-optimally hydrated.
J.B. Hunt Leaders Talk About Empowering Business Decisions Through Information Systems
Ryan Kirkland, Hartmut Hoehle and Jeremy Stobaugh talked with students in Walton College, stressing how business decisions are enabled and empowered by information systems and technology.
Nursing Students Lend Helping Hand in Regional Disaster Drill
The U of A nursing students practiced clinical skills at acute care facilities as part of the regional disaster drill, which is part of the National Emergency Preparedness Program.
UAMS Grants Support Honors Thesis Research on the Medical History of Arkansas
Caitlin Beasley and Corbin Stinnett are both history majors in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and will receive $1,000 each in support of their research.
Improved Wi-Fi in Three More Academic Buildings Starting Sunday
Improved Wi-Fi will be available in the Human Environmental Sciences Building, Plant Sciences Building and Kimpel Hall starting at 10:45 a.m. Sunday, May 8, following a brief Wi-Fi outage in those buildings.
Civil Engineering Professor Recognized for Contributions to Pavement Research
Andrew Braham, assistant professor of civil engineering, has received an Award of Recognition from the Association of Asphalt Pavement Technologists.
Medical Professionals Needed to Participate in Beverage Intake Surveys for $20
Participants are wanted for a research study to evaluate fluid consumption behaviors.