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B.F.A. Student Wows New Media World with Hybrid Art
Artist Wanbli Gamache is making a name for himself in the growing world of time-based art. He has showcased his work in new media art festivals in Athens to Ecuador, as well as in Miami, Chicago, South Carolina and Little Rock.
2017 Kernodle New Play Award Winner Announced
The winner of the Department of Theatre's 2017 Kernodle New Play Award is Barbara Hammond for her play Visible From Four States.
Study Demonstrates a Better way to Store Renewable Energy
Findings could lead to more efficient use of wind and solar power.
Archeological Field School Focuses on Leetown, Former Hamlet at Pea Ridge
Program offers students t6he chance to practice the skills and methods of real archeological field work.
Head of Playwriting's Work Featured at Arkansas New Play Festival
There will be a staged reading workshop of the new play Transatlantic, written by assistant professor John Walch, at TheatreSquared this week during the Arkansas New Play Festival.
Biologist Developed New Method to Calculate Populations of Elusive Species
New method will be used in research, funded by the Department of Defense, to help manage wildlife on military installations.
History Doctoral Candidate Wins Smithsonian Institution Fellowship
Graduate student Michael Shane Powers recently completed a month tenure as a Baird Society Resident Scholar Fellow at the Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
Piece by Piece Therapy Group
The U of A Psychological Clinic is offering group psychotherapy for adults seeking services for trauma-related concerns.
Ability to Perceive Perfect Pitch is More Common Than Previously Thought
New research by U of A music professor Elizabeth Margulis and colleagues at Tel Aviv University finds that perception of absolute pitch in music is far more common that previously thought.
Fulbright College Celebrates 2017 Scholars Who Graduated With a 4.0 GPA
The J. William Fulbright Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences celebrates the 2017 scholars who graduated with a 4.0 GPA at the annual spring Scholars Breakfast.