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Human Nutrition Faculty Offer Advice on Understanding Food Labels
March is National Nutrition Month, and U of A human nutrition faculty explain changes and information included on revised food labels.
National Nutrition Month Tips for Healthy Eating
March is National Nutrition Month, and U of A human nutrition faculty say a variety of healthy foods provide different benefits.
More Than 60 Agencies to Benefit From 40,000-Pound Protein Donation
Lift Up America and the University of Arkansas will team up with Tyson Foods to help bring the gift of food to the area's less fortunate.
Screenings Set for 'The Favored Strawberry' Sustainability Project Film
Local screenings are May 2 in Fayetteville at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks and May 17 at Bentonville's Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
U of A Hospitality Program's SMASH Fundraising Event on March 11
Deadline to purchase tickets for the eighth annual fine dining event is Friday, March 3.
Students Create 'Nice Rice' Product During Hampton Creek Fellowship
An interdisciplinary team of students created a low-cost, nutritious rice product with a plan for distribution in parts of Arkansas.
Penugonda in Human Nutrition Chosen for Cancer Prevention Research Practicum
Kavitha Penugonda, a post-doctoral fellow in Bumpers College, has been selected to participate in the John Milner Nutrition and Cancer Prevention Research Practicum in Rockville, Maryland.
Hipp Receives President's Lifetime Achievement Award for Service
The honor was awarded by President Barack Obama for her lifetime dedication to volunteer community service.
Got Breadfruit? Doctoral Student Examining Marshallese Food Culture
What happens to a culture when their most central foods are no longer available? Diana Chen, an environmental dynamics doctoral candidate, is examining that very dilemma.
Biological Engineering Graduate Student Helps Rice Farmers Save Water
As part of the Landscape Flux Research Group, Colby Reavis investigates ways to reduce the amount of water used and greenhouse gas produced in growing rice.