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Professor Slaton Named Fellow by Soil Science Society of America
Nathan Slaton, a professor in Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences, has been named a Fellow of the Soil Science Society of America.
Healthy Adults Needed for Nutrition Study
Men and women ages 21-45 are needed for a nutrition study examining the effects of sorghum bran polyphenols on fecal fermentation.
Greenway Supports Students, Two Colleges with Campaign Arkansas Gift
A $250,000 gift from Greenway Equipment, Inc. will be used to fund two scholarships and an excellence fund at the University of Arkansas.
Center For Food Animal Wellbeing Hosting Annual Symposium Aug. 3
Academic and industry experts will be among the speakers discussing the challenges and opportunities involved in managing the health and well-being of cattle, poultry and hogs.
Four Bumpers College Students Presented Arkansas Agricultural Consultants Association Scholarships
Four Bumpers College students earned Arkansas Agricultural Consultants Association scholarships for the 2017-2018 school year.
Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences Students Earn Project Support From Bumpers College
Aubrey Dunteman, Michiyo Nishiwaki, Emily Wong, Kenia Mitre, Allie Murphy and Guillermo Tellez are receiving support for their undergraduate research projects.
U of A Soil Judging Team Finishes in Nation's Top 10 for Second Straight Year
The U of A soil judging team – Becky Anderson, Matt Sena, Tyler Durre, Ryder Anderson and Diego Della Lunga – finished in the top 10 for the second straight year.
Research Shows Two Eggs Better Than One in Helping Ugandan Children Grow
Researchers for the UA Division of Agriculture studied the effects of egg supplementation on growth in Ugandan children living in areas linked to poverty and poor diet.
BlueInGreen to Celebrate HyDOZ Installation at Fayetteville Facility
BlueInGreen, a water-quality management firm cofounded by U of A faculty, has completed the full installation of its ozone disinfection system at the Noland Wastewater Treatment Plant in Fayetteville.
Division of Agriculture Research Pursues Resistance to Rosette Virus in Roses
U of A System Division of Agriculture scientists have identified a rose genotype that resists infection by the rose rosette virus, a pathogen that disfigures and kills rose plants.