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U of A Researchers Shed New Light on Preventing Diabetes
Physical activity may help protect against insulin resistance, a precursor to Type 2 diabetes that can result from a high-fat diet, research by U of A researchers has found.
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.
Chemical Engineering Student Recognized by American Association of University Women
Humeyra Ulusoy-Erol, a doctoral student in chemical engineering, has been selected to receive an AAUW International Doctoral Fellowship from the American Association of University Women.
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.
Graduate Student Earns NASA Fellowship
Ellen Czaplinski, a space and planetary sciences doctoral student, has won a NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship with a stipend of $35,000 and an extra $10,000 for research expenses.
U of A Student Team Takes First at Tri-State Business Plan Competition
Grox Industries team of students-turned-entrepreneurs takes home $30,000 in prize money for their nanotechnology-based business.
U of A Alumnus Wins University of Colorado Early Career Scholar Award
U of A alumnus Kunhua Song has been named an Outstanding Early Career Scholar by the University of Colorado Department of Medicine.
Walton Ph.D. Student Wins Fellowship to Study Rice, Information, Markets
Jessica Darby is doing research that she feels will help Arkansas farmers and businesses.
Doctoral Students' Study Supports Governor's Reading Initiative
Initial findings of the RISE Expert Study, conducted by five doctoral students, will be shared at the upcoming Lift Literacy Conference for teachers on June 1 at Kirksey Middle School in Rogers.
Report Details Attitudes About Arkansas Water Issues, Policies
U of A researchers have released a report examining agricultural professionals' perceptions of Arkansas' water issues and the state's accompanying water management policies and strategies.