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NASA Awards $245,000 to Ozark IC to Create Circuits for Venus Rover Program
University of Arkansas-affiliated startup to design ultraviolet imager and microcontroller to withstand extreme heat for space program.
U of A Graduate, Professor Helping Put on Special Olympics World Games LA2015
Higgs is supervising 500 volunteers, Ditmore is working as a media director at the largest international sporting event to come to the U.S. since 1984.
U of A Staff Member Thanks UAPD Officers Who Helped Save Her Life
Waddell, Edwards and others helped provide emergency care to woman stricken during a meeting at the Arkansas Union last month.
Garvan Woodland Gardens Hosts Cooking, Gardening, Art Workshops in August
In addition to workshops, exhibits include "Three Rivers Art Guild" and "Mystic Creatures: Topiary Art Takes Flight"
A Call for STAR Central Volunteer Staff and Faculty Advocates
Support organization for victims of sexual violence is looking for faculty and staff members to help advocate for students during a very difficult time.
Lunchtime Workplace Series Offers Five Tips for Managing Project Risk
The face-to-face or online class will cover the tools and methodology used to successfully manage project risk.
Connection Found Between Audience Reaction and Candidate Debate Success
Researcher finds that audience laughter and applause directly affected the likeability of candidates in the 2012 presidential primary debates.
Harry Potter's Birthday Bash
Join University Programs on July 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Grylfindor Common Room (International Connections Lounge) for Harry Potter's birthday bash.
Harvard Alumnus Joins Department of Physics
Hugh Churchill will join the Department of Physics in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences this fall as an assistant professor.
Update for Chancellor Search During June and July
Advertisements have been placed in several national publications, and Greenwood/Asher has begun to make inquiry and recruitment calls to prospective candidates.