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Deadline for Submitting to Discovery Journal Is May 2
Discovery, the undergraduate research journal of the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, is inviting submissions for the Fall 2017 issue (Vol. 18).
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.
Relationship Between Oral Health and Shift from Wild to Agri Diets is Nuanced
Study on oral health of the Hadza, the last hunter-gatherers in Africa, challenges long-held conventional wisdom about diet and oral health.
Tickets on Sale for U of A Apparel Program's Spring Fashion Show
This year’s fashion show to benefit students in the apparel merchandising and product development program is April 28.
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.
Apparel Merchandising Student Callahan Earns WIT Scholarship for My Life As Doll Project
India Callahan, a senior apparel merchandising and product development student, has earned a Women in Toys scholarship after creating and designing an outfit sold on My Life As dolls by Walmart.
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.
Professor to Use Grant to Study Education's Effect on Prisoners
Kevin Roessger, assistant professor of adult and lifelong learning, has received an $80,000 grant to study the effect of education on recidivism and post-release employment of Arkansas prison inmates.
U of A Libraries Announce Native American Guest Speaker Series
The first of three presentations on Native American language and culture will be held Feb. 23.