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Graduate Student to Present Research on Exergaming
Michael Merrie, a U of A doctoral student in kinesiology-pedagogy, will present his research from 3 to 4 p.m. Friday, March 6, in Room 316 of the HPER Building.
Faculty Can Learn How Best to Design Online Courses at Workshop
U of A faculty and instructors can gather tools for designing quality online courses that meet national standards during a workshop on March 12. Reserve seats at email@example.com by March 10.
Honors College Alumna Becky Trubitt Publishes Honors Thesis Research
Trubitt was recently listed as a first author for an article published in the international journal Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology.
Edgar Completes LEAD21 Program, Gives Graduation Address
Leslie Edgar, associate professor of agricultural communications, delivered the commencement address at the LEAD21 Class X graduation ceremony last week in Washington, D.C.
Arkansas Hosts North American Raspberry and Blackberry Association's Annual Conference
Growers from across the country visited Arkansas to see the leading research the Division of Agriculture has done in breeding blackberries across the last 50 years.
This Week in the Visual and Performing Arts: March 6-13
The Fulbright College will host several music performances, two art exhibitions, several artist presentations, two film screenings and a play this week.
Nanomaterials and Solar Energy Seminar on Monday
Song Jin of the University of Wisconsin-Madison will lead a seminar on dislocation-driven nanomaterial growth and its application in solar energy conversion at 3:30 p.m. Monday, March 9, in CHEM 144.
Research Participants Needed to Evaluate Fitness Tracking Technology
The study in the U of A Department of Information Systems involves completing brief questionnaires and wearing the fitness tracker for a week.
Cassie Walker Selected as February's Student Leader of the Month
Junior Cassie Walker, a biomedical engineering major, has been selected as the February Student Leader of the Month
Bumpers College Exploring China Exchange Program
Collaborations have potential to offer student and faculty opportunities for global education and research with institutions in Harbin and Yangling, China.