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Ungar's New Book, 'Evolution's Bite,' to Be Released in May by Princeton Press
Renowned anthropologist Peter Ungar’s latest book follows dietary clues from fossil teeth to trace the impact of diet on human evolution.
Rhoads, Hill, Hartwell Earn Collis R. Geren Awards
Winners of the 2017 Collis R. Geren awards for excellence in graduate education will be honored at a recognition event at noon today in the Gearhart Hall Courtyard.
Roger Gross, Shakespearean Scholar and Longtime Department of Drama Faculty Member, Dies at 86
Roger Gross, professor emeritus in the Department of Drama passed away on April 23, 2017. He joined the University of Arkansas in 1980 as the first Chair of the Department of Drama.
Petra and Paradise: U of A Professor Leads Research for Smithsonian Channel
Thomas Paradise, a professor of geosciences whose research in Petra, Jordan, has spanned more than 25 years, will be the focus of a May 1 upcoming special on the Smithsonian Channel.
One-Hour Research Study for $20 for Smokers and Dieters
If you are over the age of 18 and currently dieting or smoking, you may be eligible to participate in a study related to eating or smoking goals.
U of A Project BRAVE Seeks to Stop Alcohol-Related Sexual Assaults
Volunteers are visiting local nightspots to teach bystanders ways to recognize and intervene to prevent unwanted sexual aggression.
Arkansas Alumni Non-Traditional Student Leadership Award
Regina Hamrick will receive the 2017 Arkansas Alumni Association Non-Traditional Student Leadership Award at the Student Involvement Awards Ceremony today.
Researchers Build Artificial Synapse Capable of Autonomous Learning
Discovery opens the door to networks that operate in ways that mimic the function of the human brain.
Creative Writing M.F.A. Student a Finalist for Albertine Prize
J.T. Mahany, an M.F.A. student, has been named a finalist in the prestigious Albertine Prize for his translation of the novel Bardo or Not Bardo by French author Antoine Volodine.
M.F.A. Theatre Alumna Selected as Drama League Directing Fellow
Kholoud Sawaf has been awarded a prestigious directing fellowship by the Drama League in New York and will work with four Shakespeare performances in the Northeast.